Brazil Pulse - the Government Has Been Unable to Create an Upward Trend in Its Image - January 2017
Brazilians started 2017 as they finished 2016: without trust in the country's direction. For 88% of the population, Brazil continues on the wrong direct - an index that has been intact since the very start of Michel Temer's Government (then interim) in April last year.
Flair Colombia 2017 Reviving
“Reviving” is the word of the year in Colombia and in all the Colombians hopes and dreams. It is our very ambitious bet, thinking about Colombia as a case study in the modern history, where – unfortunately – a lot of countries moved from peace to war, as in Syria, Iraq, Somalia, Ukraine…
Australians Want More Action on Climate Change – Annual Ipsos Climate Change Report
Australians willing to spend taxpayer money on projects to combat climate change. The 2016 edition is the tenth consecutive year we have asked Australians their views on environmental topics with a focus on climate change.
The Economic Pulse of the World - December 2016
2016 has been a turbulent year, with a number of global events, such as Brexit and the US presidential elections, influencing the global economic situation. Despite all the calamity of the outgoing year, all three Ipsos Global @dvisor economic assessment averages are finishing on a positive note.