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.
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?
This international report looks at attitudes towards health over a wide range of issues.
Technology seen to have the most positive impact on business.
“Reviving” is the word of the year in Colombia and in all the Colombians hopes and dreams. It is our very ambitious bet, thinking about Colombia as a case study in the modern history, where – unfortunately – a lot of countries moved from peace to war, as in Syria, Iraq, Somalia, Ukraine…
Some say the best way to predict the future is to create the future. In this month’s Thought Starter sourced by Ipsos’ eNation Omnibus, we fast forward 13 years to examine ways our lives may differ in the year 2030.
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.
The findings for the Ipsos poll on healthcare perceptions and knowledge for NPR were released today.
Making more money is the major goal for majority of Kenyans in the new year.
Optimistic about the New Year? This and other questions asked in 25 countries around the world in this latest Global @dvisor poll.