News & Events
Violence in democracies: The role of fake news, disinformation and social media
This Ipsos analysis for Les Entretiens de New York reveals a small minority in the US and France considers violence a viable means to achieve political goals. Support for democracy remains strong overall – but scepticism towards politicians, the continued spread of fake news and “filter bubbles”, as well as a certain distrust of facts and science, all help to weaken support for the way our democratic systems operate today.
AXA Mind Health Report: Employees are three times more likely to thrive if they work in a company that offers mental health support
AXA released the third edition of its Mind Health Report, a study aimed at identifying mental health and wellness issues in society in order to build solutions to mitigate them. The study was conducted in collaboration with Ipsos involving surveys of 30,000 people aged 18 to 74 from sixteen European, Asian and American countries.
Global happiness up six points since last year: 73% now say they are happy
Global survey unveils drivers of happiness, finds life satisfaction roaring in Latin America but dropping in many Western countries; while people strive for social connections, many are pessimistic about the future of relationships and one in five say they have no one to turn to for support.
Ipsos launches a new Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) suite of solutions to power clients’ innovation success
Ipsos is excited to announce the launch of specialized end to-end innovation solutions for Quick Service Restaurants (QSR) to fuel development and optimization at any stage of the product life cycle.