Earth Day 2021: Globally the public ask: “What is the plan to tackle climate change?”
A new global study by Ipsos, conducted online among adults across 30 markets between February 19 and March 5, 2021 shows that a Global Market Average of only 31% agree their government has a clear plan in place for how government, businesses and people themselves are going to work together to tackle climate change. A third, 34%, disagree.
Widespread opposition to football's Super League across Europe
A new Ipsos poll of 5000 18-65 year olds, across five European countries (France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom), finds that a large majority of the people surveyed have an awareness of the Super League, and most are opposed to it.
Income and wealth disparities perceived as the most serious form of inequality
An online study by Ipsos, conducted across 28 countries in partnership with Kings College London’s Policy Institute has found that, when asked about a range of different inequalities, 60% said that inequalities in income and wealth are among the most serious types of inequality affecting their country.
Only One in Five Believe Early Years Are Most Important for a Child’s Development.
A new 28 country study by Ipsos finds that one in five people (18%) believe the period from the start of pregnancy to age 5 is the most important period of a child and young person’s life for health and happiness in adulthood. The highest proportion of people say all periods are equally important (35%). This is the first time that a global comparative survey looking at perceptions of the early years in different countries has taken place and builds off the work Ipsos conducted in the UK for The Royal Foundation in 2019 /2020.