Significant drops are seen in India, Spain, Germany, the U.S., Sweden, Italy and Mexico; meanwhile, optimism gains in Argentina, Saudi Arabia, France, Turkey and China.
New Ipsos Global Trustworthiness Index shows that 6 in 10 globally rate scientists as trustworthy followed by doctors and then teachers.
Elie Aoun, CEO at Ipsos in MENA, delivered a groundbreaking presentation at the Middle East Social Media Festival (MESMF) in Beirut, Lebanon, on what actions need to be taken to keep up in a digital age.
New global poll finds four concerns top the world’s worry list: financial/political corruption, poverty/social inequality, unemployment, crime/violence. Meanwhile, in most countries surveyed (22 of 28) the majority think that their nation is on the wrong track.
An online, highly-automated platform offering a suite of virtual shopper and packaging solutions.
Drops in Sweden, Italy, and the U.S. Balanced by Gains in South Africa, Brazil, Spain, France, and Mexico.
A majority of Americans are concerned about climate change and want Democrats and Republicans to work together on solutions, according to our latest Ipsos poll.
This survey will be run by Ipsos in Nigeria on a quarterly basis. This publication summarizes outcome of the first wave.
New research highlights differing awareness levels and knowledge of the human papillomavirus (HPV) across Europe
To better understand the nature and the prevalence of nativism around the world, Ipsos has segmented the adult population of 25 countries into six groups reflecting their conception of nationality.