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.
Ipsos global study finds high levels of concern about aging and paints a worried picture of later life.
Global study find that majority of men acknowledge that gender equality can only be achieved with men’s support, however half think they are being expected to do too much
A Global Survey for the BBC Crossing Divides season
This paper uncovers the emerging behaviours and core motivations of Asian mothers in 2019 and how they are coping with the complexities of parenting.
Last month, I AM ALS was launched. It’s a patient-led movement that will pick up where the Ice Bucket Challenge left off.
Increasing optimism in Mexico and Brazil contributes to Global Index stability
Preparing the New Generation for the Future of Work.
A survey of European youth, employers and education actors
The majority (57%) of people around the world think things in their country are on the wrong track. Financial/political corruption currently occupies the top spot for global concern with 33% saying this.