Flair Indonesia 2018 - Dealing with the Opposites
Indonesia is more often in the news because of volcanic eruptions, tsunamis or other disasters, than for a more positive coverage. It is all the more unfair since the country, one of the most attractive in the world for tourists, has been experiencing sustained economic growth for decades and, since the election of the President Jokowi, has undertaken an unprecedented effort to modernize its infrastructure not just in Jakarta but all over the archipelago.
Ipsos Encyclopedia - Automotive
The traditional key players in the Automotive industry are Vehicle Manufacturers, Automotive Parts Suppliers, Automotive Finance and Leasing Institutes, Automotive Dealerships for car sales plus automotive independent workshops for services & after sales, Insurance companies as vehicles must be covered by insurances policies.
Ipsos Update - April 2018
Welcome to Ipsos Update – our monthly selection of research and thinking from Ipsos teams around the world. April’s edition features our Flair France report, a global study on gender equality, a report on Russian outbound travel trends and a paper examining purchase decisions from a behavioural science perspective.
Flair France 2018 - Simmer? Shudder? Or quiver?
Having described France as a time-bomb at the heart of Europe and a country frivolously denying reality, The Economist designated France as the country of the year in 2017. Perhaps Emmanuel Macron’s election has already changed the global outlook on the country.
Brazil Pulse - Temer’s Evaluation Continues to be Considered Bad - February 2018
The country is still heading in the wrong direction to 95% of Brazilians, repeating the result of previous months. In Brazil, this decline in confidence was fired off in January 2015 and stabilized at very high levels since then. It seems that this perception will only change with the economic recovery and reduction of uncertainties regarding the electoral scenario.
Ipsos Update - March 2018
Welcome to Ipsos Update – our monthly selection of research and thinking from Ipsos teams around the world. March’s edition features new papers on the African middle class, women's economic empowerment, and a neuro take on the Super Bowl ads. There are also global public opinion studies on the recent Winter Olympics and attitudes towards transgender people.
Brazil Pulse - 94% of Brazilians Believe Brazil is Heading in the Wrong Direction - January 2018
The country is still heading in the wrong direction to 94% of Brazilians, repeating the result of previous months. This decline in confidence in Brazil was trigged in January 2015 and stabilized at very high levels since then. Everything indicates that this perception will only change with the economy recovery and the reduction of uncertainties regarding the electoral scenario.