Here, the Ipsos polling team and other experts mine the past in week in data to present you with a big picture analysis of where the public stands on the most pressing issues of the day.
NPR/Ipsos poll explores Americans’ attitudes toward immigration and the situation at the southern border
Axios/Ipsos poll: Despite continued transmission and new variants, most Americans less inclined to take precautions or alter behavior
This week we examine the political and economic factors surrounding the Brazilian election.
Expectations Index rebounds while inflation worries remain unchanged
A recent Reuters/Ipsos poll finds broad support for individual measures of Inflation Reduction Act but divided opinions on whether it will actually reduce inflation
This week’s Ipsos Core Political has President Biden with a 40% approval rating, as nearly a third of Americans believe the economy is the nation’s biggest problem.
New Ipsos/USA Today poll finds support for deciding abortion rights at the state level using such a ballot measure exists across party lines
August FiveThirtyEight/Ipsos survey finds younger Americans far more likely to have experienced active shooter drills in school
In five infographics, we break down what Ipsos’ global polling reveals about citizens’ views on the ‘climate emergency’, who is responsible and actions to take now.