Over half in the United States and nearly a third in France know a woman who has been a victim of violence.
Women’s empowerment is what we believe to be the solution to achieving gender equality, but what does it consist of, and how do we achieve it?
A new global survey finds three-quarters of respondents (75%) disagree that a man who stays at home to look after his children is less of a man compared with one in five (18%) who agree.
March’s Ipsos Update presents our latest research on the future of the global population, ageing and attitudes towards automation. We also introduce new white papers on mothers in Asia, Japanese society and brand-building advertising campaigns.
A country briefing on Japan’s work and holiday habits, adding cultural depth to survey findings.
Worker Preparedness and Consumer Attitudes toward Automation Vary Widely Across Countries
Looking at Ipsos’ “What Worries the World?” survey findings, a briefing from the Ipsos Japan team dives into the top concerns reported by the Japanese population.
Global study finds high levels of concern about ageing and paints a negative picture for later life.
February’s Ipsos Update presents our latest research on global predictions for 2019, personal data and childhood obesity. We also showcase new white papers on sustainable packaging, ‘lead users’ and China’s affluent consumers.
The average global economic assessment of national economies surveyed in 28 countries is up one point this wave with 46% of global citizens rating their national economies as ‘good’.