Three high points, three stories, three perspectives and a specific angle: approaching research findings as symptoms whose analysis allows us to create a mapping of structuring, emerging trends.
The Union finance ministry expects Indian Economy would grow at least 6% in the current financial year, citing a pickup in investment and rising investor confidence. RBI has projected the Indian economy to grow at 5.7%, which is lower than even some private forecasts.
Europe is on the Wrong Track Say Citizens in Ten of EU’s Largest Countries – But Little Desire to Leave the European Union Outright
Faultlines Across Europe with Mediterranean Countries (Spain, Italy, France) Most Unhappy, But Central Europe (Germany, Poland, Hungary) More Positive.
Europe is on the wrong track say citizens in ten of EU’s largest countries – but little desire to leave the European Union outright. Faultlines across Europe with Mediterranean countries (Spain, Italy, France) most unhappy, but central Europe (Germany, Poland, Hungary) more positive.
Successfully covering the Greek elections. Once again, Ipsos in Greece has been quite active at polling throughout the recent General Elections.
Italy is still passing through a severe, deep and lasting crisis.
Global Economic Pulse Welcomes Israel This Month.
On Wednesday, March 18th, Ipsos successfully conducted exit polls for the provincial elections in the Netherlands.
An Ipsos poll commissioned by the Eurasian Council on Foreign Affairs (ECFA) shows the majority of Kazakh adults, when asked about quality of life in the country, feel that things are heading in the right direction.
The exit poll did extraordinarily well - again... Asking what did do, rather than what will.