New Ipsos Global Advisor poll on attitudes toward the World Cup, across 28 countries
Most Americans and Canadians support participation in NAFTA; Canadians see more benefit for their country
Two Thirds Would Remain in the U.S. if They Could do it all Over Again
In the U.S., political divides hint at an impending car-culture war
Americans like driving and are receptive to electric vehicles, but worry about their viability
Respondents are most likely to view self-driving cars as making the driving experience more luxurious and comfortable
Most Americans drive their own vehicles every day, though very few use other modes of transportation daily
March's US Consumer Confidence Primary Index has increased 2.3 points since February, as the economy is set to reach full employment.
Only two-thirds of students say they feel safe at school
President Trump's approval rating holds steady at 41% while Jeff Sessions ties Jared Kushner for the top spot in the Wh'Exit Poll.
New Ipsos study shows skepticism about self-driving cars