Our latest 16-country 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.
We identify the challenges faced by the automotive sector in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, and highlight opportunities for automotive and other industries to adapt to rapid shifts in customer expectations.
In the fourth wave of our analysis of G-Med's Global Physician Online Community, we find doctors struggling under the weight of information they are receiving about COVID-19.
Video gaming has experienced a massive surge in players and revenue during the crisis as a way to connect with others. Using social listening data, we examine what people are saying online about their experiences.
Uncertainty regarding the country’s economic future has led to a fall in the Jordanian Consumer Sentiment Index for the first quarter. However, Jordanians' trust in the government is at an all-time high.
Urban Indians are responding cautiously to the easing of lockdown. Only half feel comfortable about returning to the workplace, and many feel uncomfortable about allowing children to return to school.
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.
Our round-up of the latest opinion polling from America finds growing support for the US economy reopening, yet less than half of Americans are in favour of schools reopening before there is a coronavirus vaccine.