Sentiment largely up in the Asia-Pacific, while it is mixed throughout Europe.
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In five points, we find many people around the world are seeing some shafts of light poking through the dark clouds of the early 2020s.
Sentiment also up in Asia Pacific, while it is more mixed in Latin America.
People around the globe are still feeling the pinch of high prices and many are particularly sore about product sizes shrinking and ingredients disappearing.
Consumer confidence in South Africa has been volatile in 2023 largely due to high unemployment and persisting power outages
In 12 infographics, we look back at key Ipsos Global Advisor polls from a year that was filled with a few very high highs and some really low lows.