Root vegetables? Meditation? Cleansing diets? Juicing? E-cigarettes? In this month’s Thought Starter sourced by Ipsos’ eNation Omnibus, we take a closer look who’s participating in today’s lifestyle health trends.
Some have it; some don’t. The question is, which brands in Canada enjoy the kind of influence where consumers identify so highly with them, we couldn’t imagine our lives without them?
Welcome to the first Ipsos Update of 2017 - our monthly selection of research and thinking from Ipsos’ teams around the world.
While almost two thirds of men do believe women have equal opportunities to men.
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.
Some say the best way to predict the future is to create the future. In this month’s Thought Starter sourced by Ipsos’ eNation Omnibus, we fast forward 13 years to examine ways our lives may differ in the year 2030.
What can behavioural science teach marketers about digital advertising? Contributor Peter Minnium, Ipsos Connect in the US, dives into key learnings from behavioural scientists to help you know how to engage your prospects.
Optimistic about the New Year? This and other questions asked in 25 countries around the world in this latest Global @dvisor poll.
2017 US Politics - Economy Remains at the Top of the List of the Most Serious Problem Facing the US (January 4)
58% of Americans believe that the country is headed in the wrong direction, with Republicans (61%) and Democrats (56%) having a fair amount of pessimism. More Independents (67%) believe that the country is off on the wrong track.
China’s economy showed moderate but steady growth with a year-on-year GDP increase of 6.7 percent at comparable prices in Q3 2016.