Survey for the World Economic Forum explores how much access to employment, education, housing, and social services is influenced by ethnicity and national origin across 27 countries
Almost two-thirds (64%) of the public across 27 countries say things in their country are heading in the wrong direction. Coronavirus remains the number one concern in our global survey – a place it has occupied for almost a year.
New Ipsos-World Economic Forum global survey highlights the increasing demand for Covid-19 vaccines and diverging views on whether vaccination should be mandatory
After a 2020 that is rated as the worst year for some time, people around the world are looking forward to 2021
Entrepreneurial spirit is up among women and younger adults.
Political choices are relatively stable despite seven months of Covid-19 lockdown rules
More than half of the owners of Small, Medium and Micro Enterprises (SMME’s) say they experienced great uncertainty regarding the sustainability of their businesses during the last few months, due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Most do not expect that one will be available before the end of year; meanwhile fear of side effects is the top reason for not wanting to take the vaccine
Groceries and household supplies, and utility bills top the international list of higher cost items
A new global Ipsos study shows increasing support for the principle of people seeking refuge from war or persecution but concerns about Coronavirus mean that half want their country to be less welcoming to refugees.