Canadians are worried
They believe that the Covid-19 pandemic poses a threat to the country, their personal finances, and their health. But how will public opinion affect their behaviour as consumers, citizens and investors?
Canadians have faced crises before. But we're entering this one with the lowest level of public resiliency and optimism we’ve seen in more than five years. And once the pandemic is resolved, how will its effects change the debate about macro-issues in the country?
Hear Darrell Bricker, Global CEO of Ipsos' Public Affairs team answer attendee questions during this interactive, virtual webinar examining how public mood around Covid-19 is changing, where concerns are most focused now, and how the crisis is affecting Canadian's behaviour now and in the future.
In addition, please download our related report featuring The Five Phases of Covid-19, What businesses and bovernments can expect.
America is in a crisis
The Covid-19 pandemic is already reshaping daily American life in ways unprecedented and unanticipated. As this is happening, the team at Ipsos is using every tool at their disposal to keep track of what the American public knows, fears, experiences, and is doing in response. As we move from the “age of uncertainty” to the “time of coronavirus”, how will Americans adapt as consumers, citizens, and humans?
View our on demand "Ask us anything" webinar examining how public mood is changing as a result of Covid-19, where concerns are most focused now, and how the crisis is affecting American's behaviour now and in the future.
Darrell Bricker, Global CEO, Ipsos Public Affairs
Clifford Young, Country Service Line Leader, Public Affairs, US
Cliff Young is President of Ipsos' Public Affairs team in the US, and also leads global election and political polling risk practice. His research specialties include social and public opinion trends, crisis management, corporate and institution reputation, and election polling. Cliff is considered an expert on polling in emerging markets, as well as polling in adverse and hostile conditions, and has polled on over 100 elections around the world. Cliff earned his BA from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and did his graduate work at the University of Chicago (MA and PhD). He trained in survey sampling at the University of Michigan and in political psychology at Stanford. Cliff is also an adjunct professor at Johns Hopkins SAIS and an instructor at both Columbia University SIPA and University of São Paulo where he teaches courses on public opinion and election forecasting.