In October 2016 Ipsos surveyed 1,119 people who organise, influence, or are responsible for, their organisation’s travel and risk mitigation policies.
Early in June, Ipsos presented at a seminar in Paris looking ahead to the forthcoming elections in the United States and France. The event, hosted by the US Embassy, saw Brice Teinturier (Ipsos Public Affairs, France) and Clifford Young (Ipsos Public Affairs, USA) describe the prevailing mood in their respective countries and what this means for the political scene.
Speed can be a mixed blessing. The cheetah is the fastest animal on land, yet 90% die within 3 months of birth. Chickens grow four times more quickly than they did fifty years ago and more than sixty times faster than they might grow naturally - but 80% of them are thought to be infected with Salmonella, Campylobacter or E coli.*
It’s now inevitable that Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will meet in the general election this fall. Who will win? This, of course, is the million-dollar question. As election forecasters, we at Ipsos typically analyze two key pieces of information when assessing election odds.
Today, the focus is on the SOS Children’s Villages of India.
For the first quarter of 2016, Ipsos' revenue stands at €386.9 million, up 1.9% compared with the same period in 2015.