One in three parents globally report knowing a child in their community that is the victim of cyberbullying; majorities in every country feel existing anti-bullying measures are insufficient when it comes to handling cyberbullying.
Americans are split on whether Russia is an enemy or a competitor of the United States.
Ipsos poll finds majority agree that Russia interfered in 2016 presidential election
Americans generally favor equal rights but are divided on issues such as gun control and right to refuse business services
Most Americans are proud to be American, but aren't proud of America right now, reveals a new Ipsos/USA Today Poll
Perspectives on U.S.-Mexico relations on the eve of the Mexican presidential election
Most Also Believe That Consistently Reading on Paper Has Clear Benefits
President Trump’s approval rating remains statistically unchanged from last week, with 42% of all Americans approving of the job he is doing as president.
Most Are Not Content with Their Current Weight, With Two Thirds of Americans’ BMI Scores in the Overweight/Obese Range
An Ipsos/Reuters Poll
Who is and is not a “Real American”, a “Real Brazilian” or a “Real Chinese”? Ipsos’s Inclusiveness Index compares countries’ acceptance of social and cultural diversity.