In the latest Reuters/Ipsos Core Political, many are confident in President Trump’s dealing with ISIS/ISIL and his handling of terrorism.
The Future Cities Dialogue engaged urban citizens in possible future urban scenarios. Citizen feedback on their preferences and priorities for future urban living is feeding into Innovate UK’s broader work on future urban systems integration and understanding and identifying the market opportunities this generates.
As we enter the final quarter of President Trump’s first 100 days, our polls show the country is no more unified or optimistic than when he took office.
The NCAA Final Four will be played this weekend! In that spirit, we’ll be bringing you the numbers in rounds of four.
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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.
2017 US Politics - Healthcare Reform May Be Negatively Impacting President Trump’s Approval Rating (March 15)
It’s unclear whether striking the word “affordable” from the Republican healthcare reform act was the cause for the lackluster public response – but the numbers, contrary to some of our polling peers, show little confidence in Speaker Ryan’s plan for the repeal and replace of Obamacare. Reuters will be releasing the exact numbers on this in the next 24 hours, so we encourage everyone to look out for that.
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.
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.
Welcome to the March edition of Ipsos Update – our monthly selection of research and thinking from Ipsos teams around the world.