In the latest Reuters/Ipsos Core Political, healthcare continues to dominate the news cycle, cementing its place as Americans’ top priority
The everyday concerns of the global population are the focus of one of Ipsos’ flagship global surveys. Each month we ask an online sample of over 18,000 citizens in more than 25 countries1 about the key issues they believe are facing their country, asking them to pick up to three from a diverse array of topics, ranging from unemployment to access to credit.
In the latest Reuters/Ipsos Core Political, President Trump has an approval rating of 40% among all Americans.
It is hard to find a major audience measurement service that does not employ statistical wizardry of one sort or another. From simple weighting of survey results to correct for sample imbalances to modelling the audiences to hard-to-measure media, the use of statistics and algorithms is increasing. In this White Paper, Andrew Green and Mario Paic explore some of these techniques.
In the latest Reuters/Ipsos Core Political, President Trump is again facing an up-tick in his disapproval numbers.
New global poll finds unemployment remains the top issue globally. New study finds the majority of people across 26 countries think that their country is on the wrong track — South Africa, Mexico, Brazil, South Korea, Italy and France are the most concerned.
2017 US Politics - Trump and Congress Continue to Suffer in Domestically Focused Approval Ratings (May 31)
In the latest Reuters/Ipsos Core Political, healthcare and terrorism are top priorities for Americans.
In the latest Reuters/Ipsos Core Political, President Trump's job approval reaches a new low.
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.
The Thomson Reuters/Ipsos Monthly Primary Consumer Sentiment Index (PCSI) was released today for the following countries: Israel and Saudi Arabia.