Internet technologies have not only formed the online shopping behaviour, but also changed the way people do their work. “Working at home” is a good example of the impact of the Internet.
On the heels of African Youth in 2016, Ipsos is publishing an unprecedented study of African women* to mark the second year of its annual Africa conference at the Dapper Museum. Conducted in seven African countries, the study paints a picture of motivated, independent and optimistic women who are a driving force in this rapidly developing continent.
Following one of the most dramatic weeks of his presidency, Trump’s job approval rating has dropped to its lowest point, now at 39% approval.
In the latest Reuters/Ipsos Core Political, concerns over healthcare remain high.
In the latest Reuters/Ipsos Core Political, concern over healthcare grows.
Welcome to the May edition of Ipsos Update, our monthly round-up of Ipsos’ research and thinking from around the world.
The average global economic assessment of national economies surveyed in 26 countries is up two points with 43% of global citizens rating their national economies as ‘good’.
What do key opinion leaders think about Latin America?
According to the new Ipsos Global Trends Survey, due to be launched in May 2017, many countries around the world have seen an increase in the number of their citizens who feel under pressure to be successful and make money.
Over half of Americans (55%) still believe the country is on the wrong track, with less than a third believing we are heading in the right direction (29%).