Signs of the “New Dawn”: Cyril Ramaphosa’s first 100 successful days
“President Cyril Ramaphosa will probably be the single biggest vote winner for the ANC in next year’s general election, if all goes according to (his) plan”, says Mari Harris, Director and Political Analyst at leading research company Ipsos. “This view is based on findings from Ipsos’ first ever Mobile Pulse poll which found that 82% of registered voters who have access to mobile phones currently approve of Ramaphosa’s running of the ANC.”
What Black Panther teaches us about building emotional connections with the African Consumer
Happy Africa Day! To recognise the day, we’ve put together a couple of insights about building an emotional connection with the African consumer, gleaned from a few different research projects and our experience of the region.
How South Africa views the British Royal Family
In a new global Ipsos survey, carried out online in 28 countries including South Africa in the run up to the upcoming royal wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, levels of interest in the royal wedding as well as wider feelings towards the royal family and its members has been examined. The survey included South Africans who have regular internet access and therefore represents that portion of the population rather than being fully representative.
The value of Socialism: Global Ipsos Poll
Globally half think socialist ideals are of great value for societal progress, in South Africa 57% of “connected” South Africans share this opinion. With the 200th anniversary of Karl Marx birth on Saturday, Ipsos undertook an internet survey probing some aspects regarding socialism.
International Women’s Day tomorrow: Perceptions are not reality ….and we’re not as close to equality as we think
The most important issue facing women and girls in South Africa is sexual violence, a topic which both women and men agree. When the results of 28 countries are considered, this is the second most important issue (28%) in the world, while sexual harassment tops the international list (32%).