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Washington, DC - Optimistic about the New Year? This and other questions asked in 25 countries around the world in this latest Global @dvisor poll.
Washington, DC- The latest Reuters/Ipsos Core Political was released today.
Ipsos Global @dvisory: The Economic Pulse of the World (December 2016) Washington, DC - A major analysis of world public opinion was released today by Ipsos— one of the world’s largest market and opinion research companies. The report, titled “Ipsos Global @dvisory: The Economic Pulse of the World” is based on 18,057 recent interviews in 25 countries around the world. The report examines citizens' assessment of current state of their country's economy for a total global perspective. The full report is free of charge and may be downloaded by clicking the link to the right.
Toronto, ON – Two in three (67%) Canadians say that something embarrasses them about being Canadian or living in Canada, according to a new Ipsos poll conducted on behalf of Global News. The remaining one in three (33%) Canadians affirm that nothing embarrasses them about being Canadian or living in Canada.
Toronto, ON – Canadians are forecasting an across-the-board improvement in 2017, despite anticipating spending more of their money on life essentials and cutting back on entertainment and leisure, according to a new Ipsos poll conducted on behalf of Global News.
Toronto, ON – Thinking about their safety in public areas in Canada, on balance more Canadians feel less safe (22%) than more safe (8%) compared to one year ago. For most (70%) Canadians, they feel about as safe as they did at this time last year. Quebecers (33%) are by far the most likely to say they feel less safe, followed by those living in Alberta (22%), Ontario (20%), Saskatchewan and Manitoba (20%), British Columbia (15%) and Atlantic Canada (14%). Boomers (27%) are more likely than Gen X’ers (22%) or Millennials (17%) to feel less safe.
Toronto, ON – Nearly four in ten (36%) Canadians say that the wildfires that devastated Alberta and captivated the attention and compassion of the entire national is the top Canadians news story of 2016, receiving more than twice the votes of any other leading Canadian story, according to a new Ipsos poll conducted on behalf of Global News. Perhaps not surprisingly, half (49%) of Albertans and those in Saskatchewan and Manitoba (45%) say that the wildfires were the top story, while fewer in Atlantic Canada (43%), Ontario (34%), Quebec (31%) and BC (31%) say the same.
Washington, DC -The Ipsos/BuzzFeed poll on support for transgender rights was released today. Below are some key points.
Toronto, ON – A full majority (60%) of Canadians say that Donald Trump’s victory in the U.S. Election is the top international news story of 2016, with no other major story even within sight, according to a new Ipsos poll conducted on behalf of Global News.
Toronto, ON – Three in ten (27%) Canadians say that all things considered, ‘2016 was a horrible year, worse than most’, according to a new Ipsos poll conducted on behalf of Global News. While two in three (64%) believe that ‘2016 was no better or worse than other years’, describing it as average, one in ten (9%) believe that 2016 ‘was a great year, better than most’.
Canadians are not feeling the pain of 2016 evenly. In fact, nearly half (46%) of Albertans describe 2016 as an annus horribilis, making them considerably more likely than those in Saskatchewan and Manitoba (31%), Ontario (27%), British Columbia (24%), Atlantic Canada (22%) or Quebec (19%) to say so. Those aged 18-34 are more likely (32%) than those aged 35-54 (26%), or 55+ (23%) to say that 2016 was a horrible year.