Global Consumer Confidence Index - June 2019
June 2019 sees the Ipsos Global Consumer Confidence Index at 49.6, up 0.3 against last month, at the same level it was three months ago, but down 0.8 of a point over the past year. Uptick in optimism in India, the U.S. and several European markets. Japan, Saudi Arabia and Australia show signs of slowdown. Latin America and South Africa still in a slump.
Global attitudes to human rights: the age of impunity?
38% around the world think their country should never break international laws on human rights. However, 21% think their country should break these laws in extreme circumstances and 22% think international laws should only be one factor their country takes into account.
24th annual European Affluent Survey
F. Scott Fitzgerald once famously said that ‘the rich aren’t like you and me.’ Findings from our latest Affluent Survey in Europe bear this remark out in several respects. Notably, they seem to be able to squeeze more hours into their days than exist! They work harder, play harder, they are heavier consumers of media, more frequent shoppers and still have time to travel the world – in style of course.
What worries the world - May 2019
What Worries the World is a Global Advisor survey in 28 countries. tracking whether people think their country is on the right/wrong track and what their top concerns are. This quicklinks document provides the latest global summary of the survey findings and links to the full decks for each country, in different languages.
How Ipsos predicted the exit poll right in India?
Meticulous planning, statistical rigour, high quality data collection, sophisticated analysis techniques and in-depth knowledge of doing it across the world, are the key five success factors for the success of News18-Ipsos in predicting the 2019 general election of India most accurately.