Things have moved quickly: the progression from outbreak to pandemic, the imposition of lockdowns in many countries and, now, the gradual re-opening of society and the economy.
As we look towards the uncertain period ahead, our focus is on understanding the dynamics of the current situation as we start to adapt to new realities.
This latest edition of Signals presents new research on the pandemic and its aftermath from our teams around the world. We draw on our latest opinion studies, social listening data and expert analysis. You can download previous editions of Signals from the dedicated Signals hub page.
Featured topics include:
- The public mood – Our latest 16-country coronavirus poll finds a majority of people in nine countries think that opening businesses now puts too many people at risk of contracting COVID-19 and we should wait at least a few more weeks.
- Research insights – In the fourth wave of our analysis of G-Med’s Global Physician Online Community, we share the voices of doctors from around the world through social data analytics and medical crowdsourcing. Meanwhile, using social listening data, we explore the massive surge in video gaming during the crisis as a way to connect with others.
- Points of view – In Customer Needs in Times of Crisis – Lessons and challenges from the automotive industry we identify the challenges faced by car manufacturers and dealerships in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, and highlight opportunities for automotive and other industries to adapt to rapid shifts in consumer expectations.
- Country insights – In Jordan, uncertainty regarding the country’s economic future has led to a fall in the Jordanian Consumer Sentiment Index for the first quarter. In India, new polling finds Urban Indians responding cautiously to the easing of lockdown, with only half saying they are comfortable about returning to the workplace. In Japan, we identify six potential areas of lasting change in people’s behaviours and attitudes when the pandemic ends, and look ahead to what may be expected from companies and brands in response to the crisis. And our round-up of the latest opinion polling from the US finds growing support for the US economy reopening, but experiences and fears vary widely by race and partisanship.
[WEBINARS] Consumers, Citizens, Brands, Governments and the coronavirus crisis
As a result of the Covid-19 crisis, the world is changing even faster now than ever. For companies, government institutions and individuals, it is important now to not only focus on the short term, but also to make plans for the future. As we move from the “age of uncertainty” to the “time of coronavirus”, how will we adapt as consumers, citizens, and humans?
Looking at the impact of COVID-19 on the economy & the MedTech industry in China
Ipsos’ Medical Devices & Diagnostics (MD&D) team in China has created a series of reports, with aim to shed some light on the questions that have arisen regarding the impact of COVID-19 on the domestic economy, healthcare industry and specifically, the medical devices sector in China.
[WEBINAR] APAC Digital Doctor 2020: A 9-country study of 676 Doctors’ perspectives on digital and connected health [Webinar recording]
Thank you for your interest in our webinar hosted on June 10, 2020. Though you missed our live presentation, we are delighted to provide you with the recording of this informative session you can view on demand at your leisure.
[WEBINAR] Medical Devices & Diagnostics: Current view of the entire ecosystem [Webinar recording]
Thank you for your interest in our webinar hosted on June 3, 2020. Though you missed our live presentation, we are delighted to provide you with the recording of this informative session you can view on demand at your leisure.