Global study shows many around the world see merits of European project, but support under pressure in core Member States. 60 years ago, on 25 March 1957, Belgium, France, West-Germany, Italy, Luxembourg and the Netherlands signed the Treaty of Rome, establishing the European Economic Community, the legal basis of today’s European Union (EU).
A majority of Britons say Donald Trump should have been invited for an official state visit although should not give a speech in parliament.
South Africans appear disheartened by the country's political leadership, according to the latest eNCA / Ipsos Approval Ratings poll. The poll canvassed 3,416 adult South Africans between 25 October and 28 November 2016*.
As more Virtual Reality (VR) content is produced, Neil Stevenson, Ipsos Connect, has been pondering a simple question: What makes 'good' VR content good, exactly?
Some have it; some don’t. The question is, which brands in Canada enjoy the kind of influence where consumers identify so highly with them, we couldn’t imagine our lives without them?
From Monday morning moans to Saturday night selfies, more information about our lives is being captured and analysed than ever before. In fact, over 90% of all available human data has been recorded in the last two years and is already being used to transform the world around us.
In this interview with Ipsos’ Steve Kraus, eMarketer examines modern-day Affluents and what makes them tick. With 90% of today’s Affluent having created their own wealth in their own lifetime, value systems have changed for this consumer segment.
President Obama Leaves Office with High Worldwide Approval Ratings – But Global Expectations for Trump Are More Pessimistic
The data indicates a shifting in eras for the American position in the world. The Obama administration was seen by many in global community as a president looking outward from our borders; while President Trump won the election by looking inwards and reinforcing the borders. Though it is clear that the public thinks this era might be short lived, with 1/3 believing Trump will be impeached in 2017.
Australians willing to spend taxpayer money on projects to combat climate change. The 2016 edition is the tenth consecutive year we have asked Australians their views on environmental topics with a focus on climate change.
Join us, on February 14, for a complimentary webinar during which we’ll share case studies and methods for engaging hard to reach targets, pre-release product usage, in-market testing, category appraisals, and longitudinal studies.