In the latest Pulse of the People™ study in South Africa we examined attitudes and opinions of country direction, delivery of government services and opinions of leadership among those who are receiving social grants from the government and those who are not.
Young people today make up the largest youth population in history. Their successes and struggles are as diverse as their personalities and aspirations.
Today Ipsos Peru launches the local version of Ipsos Flair, dedicated to Peru and Peruvians. The publication explores the individual facets of the individual, whether as consumer, citizen, spectator or employee, with the aim of overturning stereotypes and thinking in a profound and innovative way.
The NCAA Final Four will be played this weekend! In that spirit, we’ll be bringing you the numbers in rounds of four.
Healthcare once again beats out all other issues as the dominant concern for Americans (16%). Number two on the issues of concern list is the economy, coming in at 13%. For anyone who had “morality” in their bracket, we’re sorry to say that you’re probably not going to be pleased with the final four.
The majority (62%) of people around the world think things in their country are on the wrong track.
Unemployment currently occupies the top spot for global concern with 38% saying this.
Captains of Industry are Committed to Championing Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace, but Women Remain Scarce on Executive Boards
Captains of Industry say that despite nearly all board members on the FTSE 500 saying they are actively promoting and championing diversity and inclusion in their company (86%), a very large proportion say they have no female board members at all (71%).
Pocketbook issues continue to dominate the public’s primary concerns this week by rating the economy as the number one issue of concern. For the first time in a number of weeks, healthcare has overtaken terrorism as a key issue of concern for the general public.
In the latest Core Political release of the Reuters/Ipsos poll President Trump’s approval remains essentially unchanged. His job disapproval (48%) remains slightly higher than his approval (46%).
Citi Foundation commissioned an Ipsos survey to examine the economic prospects and pursuits of young people in 45 cities from 32 countries around the world. The following findings are based on the voices of the nearly 7,000 young people surveyed. This survey highlights the differences between the developed and the developing world.