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Toronto, ON – Canada has jumped to second spot among global destinations for employees who are considering moving abroad for employment purposes finds a new poll conducted by global research company Ipsos Global Public Affairs on behalf of the Canadian Employee Relocation Council (CERC).
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Vancouver, BC, May 26, 2017 — Green Party leader and potential kingmaker Andrew Weaver has said that moving toward a proportional representation electoral system is a key component of any negotiation with the BC Liberals or New Democrats. A new online Ipsos poll shows that a slim majority of British Columbians support the idea of proportional representation. However, most British Columbians also believe that any change from the current electoral system should be approved in a province-wide referendum.
Toronto, ON-Almost forty percent (37 percent) of adult Canadians say they have experienced moderate to high levels of income volatility over the past year according to a survey conducted on behalf of TD Bank Group. This equates to an estimated 10 million Canadians who experience income volatility, including approximately 3.3 million whose monthly income can fluctuate by 25 percent or more.
New York, NY, May 18, 2017 — Ipsos Marketing continues to expand its path to purchase and shopper expertise with the addition of shopper marketing pioneer Alison Chaltas, who has been appointed Global President, Path to Purchase. Alison brings to Ipsos her vast experience in retail strategy and consulting, e-commerce, and shopper insight. She has spent the last two years as the head of her own marketing and sales consultancy firm and, prior to that, served as EVP Shopper & Retail Strategy at GfK. After launching her career at P&G, Alison co-founded Interscope, a consulting firm specialized in helping clients build brands through retail, which was acquired by GfK in 2010.
New York, New York – While mobile and digital office tools continue to evolve, many still rely on paper documents, potentially exposing them to information security risks. A new Ipsos poll for Shred-It reveals that four in ten (39%) American small business owners (SBOs) lack any sort of policy for managing their confidential paper. Further, three in ten SBOs (32%) SBOs think that loss or theft of paper documents would not damage their organization, while three in ten (31%) think that a potential data breach wouldn’t have a significant impact on their organization. By comparison, only 6% of American C-suite executives don’t have a policy for managing confidential paper documents, 6% say the theft of any document wouldn’t hurt their business, and just 1% think a data breach wouldn’t have a significant impact.
Toronto, ON – A new Ipsos poll for Shred-It reveals that half of Canadian small business owners (53%) and C-suite executives (48%) lack confidence in their current methods for securely destroying paper or electronic media.
Toronto, ON – As institutions around the world continue to assess the full impact of the recent Wannacry ransomware attack, research from Ipsos suggests that many global citizens are distinctly unprepared for how to deal with such an attack affecting them personally.
Toronto, ON – Eight in ten Canadians (79%) plan on travelling this year, and for most Canada itself is the destination during its sesquicentennial. A new Ipsos poll for RBC Insurance finds that six in ten Canadians (60%) intend to travel somewhere within Canada this year, whether it’s exploring their home province (41%) or elsewhere in the country (29%). The poll defined travel as being a distance of at least 100 km away from home, for a minimum of two nights.