Three in five people across 29 countries say eating well is more important than being thin.
Strongest Gains in Optimism Observed in Turkey, China, Argentina, Hungary, and Poland; Japan Is the Sole Market Showing a Significant Drop.
A recent Ipsos survey shows that we think old age begins at 66.
Corruption, inequality overtook unemployment as the No.1 global worry in 2017: poll.
Signals leverages decades of data science and statistics experience from Ipsos, offering the widest range of automated insights on the market.
Ipsos fused data from drone-acquired aerial imagery, social media analytics, multi-spectral imagery, and ground surveys for WB assessment of Rohingya migrant crisis in Cox Bazaar, Bangladesh.
New global poll for the World Economic Forum shows more agree than disagree that governments and companies’ use of AI should be more strictly controlled.
New global study shows trust in traditional media is perceived to have declined over the past five years, due to the prevalence of fake news and doubts about media outlets‘ intentions.