To mark International Women’s Day, and in the wake of the #metoo campaign, a new global study by Ipsos in collaboration with International Women’s Day across 27 countries highlights the level of concern people around the world have about a number of equality issues.
Only two-thirds of students say they feel safe at school
New Ipsos study shows skepticism about self-driving cars
Ipsos Poll on Behalf of NPR
Results of an Ipsos evaluation of the Bank of Palestine Felestineya Mini-MBA program
Ipsos Strategy3 Adds Innovation and Foresight Thought Leader Don Abraham
Most Admit They Love Their Phone and Over Two in Five Further Agree That It Would be Very Difficult, Emotionally, For Them to Give It Up
10% of Americans perceive crime as the number one issue facing America, a 4-point increase from the beginning of the year, while President Trump's approval rating remains steady.
Trended Results Show Travelers Continue to Be Satisfied with Their Flight Experience
Those Most Likely to Say They Don’t Receive Any Formal Workplace Training include Women, The Less Affluent, and Part-Time Workers
The global Ipsos Consumer Confidence Index is showing a slight uptick to 50.3 in February.