As 2023 opens, we’re entering a new world disorder filled with crises on multiple fronts. The largest Global Trends survey ever, from leading insights firm Ipsos, shows that, globally, 74% agree that their government and public services will do too little to help people in the years ahead.
This Ipsos analysis for Les Entretiens de New York reveals a small minority in the US and France considers violence a viable means to achieve political goals.
Inflation has now been the top global concern in our What Worries the World survey for the last 12 months.
Nine in ten Americans have flown commercially
Many see the investigation as politically motivated, but see the allegations as believable
While sentiment remains in line with early March, Expectations have been slightly damaged
Current and Investment sub-indices decline slightly while the Expectations and Jobs indicators show little movement.
Below are Americans' worries and hopes for AI-enabled tools and services.
In less than five minutes of reading time we’ll give you all the data and context you need to get you up to speed on Ipsos’ latest wave of the Consumer Tracker.
The latest Ipsos Consumer Tracker explores how familiar Americans are with artificial intelligence, what tech workers want employers to invest in, and how frequently Americans consume drinks, medications, and substances
Juetten to lead Ipsos’ Innovation practice in North America