2017 US Politics - Fewer Than Half of Americans Approve of President Donald Trump’s Job Performance (January 25)
"Less than a week into his new job, fewer than half of Americans approve of President Donald Trump’s job performance,” described Chris Jackson of Ipsos. “His smart money would be to stay focused on the economy and jobs, where a majority of Americans think he’s doing a good job. Wading into the ACA fight puts Trump on less positive footing with public sentiment he might want to avoid."
For US Affluents, Luxury Has to Be Experiential, Not Just Expensive
In this interview with Ipsos’ Steve Kraus, eMarketer examines modern-day Affluents and what makes them tick. With 90% of today’s Affluent having created their own wealth in their own lifetime, value systems have changed for this consumer segment.
President Obama Leaves Office with High Worldwide Approval Ratings – But Global Expectations for Trump Are More Pessimistic
The data indicates a shifting in eras for the American position in the world. The Obama administration was seen by many in global community as a president looking outward from our borders; while President Trump won the election by looking inwards and reinforcing the borders. Though it is clear that the public thinks this era might be short lived, with 1/3 believing Trump will be impeached in 2017.