Our latest global survey reveals three in five people believe the overall cost of food, goods and services have increased for them and their families since the outbreak of coronavirus.
In this new paper, Ipsos’ Innovation research experts outline how our approaches to product testing have been adapted to meet the new challenges brought about by the pandemic.
Culture kicks in stronger in times of crisis, and is responsible for some of the different responses to COVID-19 we see around the world. Our paper shows why now is a great time for brands to explore cultural drivers.
As part of our ongoing What the Future series, we explore near future patterns, data and consumer behaviours that will shape the recovery of the hard-hit travel and hospitality industries.
Despite COVID-19 being a global pandemic, many parts of the world are responding to their respective outbreaks very differently. We examine online conversations in three countries: China, France and the US.
This report from our team in Saudi Arabia reveals public expectations surrounding the impact of COVID-19, including a look at how long people think it will take for different aspects of life to return to normal.
As coronavirus cases spike across the nation and the 2020 presidential election nears, new polling finds COVID-19 to be the top political issue for Americans, with racial inequality emerging as the fastest-growing concern.
2020 has seen ongoing crises across Australia – from the bushfires at the start of the year to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our Ipsos Issues Monitor reveals what Australians are most concerned about, and what’s changing.