- Europeans spend an average of almost 2 hours a day on the move
- 65% use their car to get to their place of work or study: it is the most common mode of transport for all compulsory daily journeys
- 58% of Europeans are dissatisfied with the fluidity of traffic during the rush hour
- A majority of Europeans consider public investments in transport infrastructures insufficient, in particular in terms of intermodality (61%)
- 66% of Europeans would be willing to use their car less often if the necessary investments were made
- 77% believe that future innovations in the field of mobility will have a positive impact on their daily life
Global Infrastructure Index - September 2017
According to the Ipsos 2017 Global Infrastructure Index, a third (37%) are satisfied with infrastructure in their country but, regionally, this varies from 35% in LATAM countries to 43% in the APAC region, reaching a high of 65% in Saudi Arabia, four times the low of 15% in Italy.
A Way To Get Away
Taking vacation is a way to get away for a few days from the fast-paced modern world. But do we take all vacation days available to us? Do we fully disconnect when we are away? A new Ipsos Global @dvisor poll reveals opinions of citizens in 25 countries around the world about taking time off.
[EVENT] Public Consultation & Engagement Annual Summit
December 6 - Ipsos is pleased to be presenting at Canada’s biggest Public Consultation and Engagement Summit featuring fresh insights on a wide range of consultation-related topics including digital engagement, working with First Nations, addressing controversy, and more.