In five points, we look at attitudes among adults with kids in school on everything from banning ChatGPT to teaching AI in class.
48% across 31 countries say the quality of the healthcare in their country is good – but the picture is inconsistent.
The 2023 Anholt-Ipsos Nation Brands Index (NBI) will be released later this year, and the pending results show exciting shifts in perceptions since 2022.
The perceptions and realities of tourism: A 12-country study on economic contribution, travel expectations, and environmental impact.
People continue to recognise infrastructure’s ‘double dividend’ but see substantial room for improvement.
Each month, Ipsos tracks attitudes of consumers in 29 markets on the current and future state of their local economy, their personal financial situation, the employment climate, and their purchasing and investing confidence.
Sentiment declines significantly in Germany, Spain, and Italy.
Inflation remains the number one concern in What Worries the World for the 18th month in a row.
The first edition of the Ipsos Global Education Monitor looks at people’s attitudes to education and teaching, including a special feature on the role of AI in the classroom.
A majority across 29 countries believe abortion should be legal in at least most cases.