People still feeling the pinch, fed up with ‘shrinkflation’ as 2023 wraps up
The latest wave of the Ipsos Global Inflation Monitor finds people across 33 countries will have more money to spend in the next year as red-hot prices cool off slightly in many places; and almost half of the global public are seeing red over products getting smaller but prices staying the same.
In Brazil, household appliances and electronics will be the most sought-after categories during Black Friday 2023.
A survey conducted through the "Conectad@s" online community with 170 participants reveals that household appliances and electronics are the categories of greatest interest in Brazil where Black Friday remains a great commercial event.
Ipsos releases an update to Global Trends 2023: Polarisation, Pessimism and Positivity
We are releasing this report ahead of COP28 and have found that attitudes towards purpose are declining for the first time in a decade. People are focusing more inwardly on themselves and their world, rather than the broader problems surrounding them. The polycrisis, which includes political uncertainty, climate change, and war to name just a few, has arguably worsened, leading to a lower priority on environmental concern and brand/value alignment among citizens in many countries. Our end of year update reflects this sentiment, and in the increasing sense of pessimism we felt as we wrote this report.