One third of Australians believe residential and industrial growth puts clean water at risk

One in three (34%) global citizens confident that waste water in their country does not pose a threat to clean water supply Almost half of … [Read more...]

New global Ipsos poll finds unemployment remains the top issue globally for consumers

New global Ipsos poll finds unemployment remains the top issue globally for consumers – this is mirrored in Australia, with unemployment … [Read more...]

Ipsos global study shows majority of women around the world believe there are unequal rights in their country

Nine in ten men and women say they believe in equal opportunities Three-quarters of women say inequality still exists in their country … [Read more...]

Ipsos Global Study Shows Majority Around the World Think Society is Broken

- Many around the world believe society is broken and lack confidence in institutions - Sydney, January 31, 2017 New data from Ipsos … [Read more...]

Global Study Shows Potential For More Political Uncertainty Ahead

- Many around the world believe their country is in decline and the system is rigged against them -  Sydney, January 17, 2017 After a … [Read more...]

New Research Shows Exercise Helps Cancer Patients Thrive

Cancer patients who otherwise would shy away from visiting the gym because of an altered appearance and lack of confidence are thriving as a … [Read more...]

Australians Want More Action on Climate Change – Annual Ipsos Climate Change Report

- Australians willing to spend taxpayer money on projects to combat climate change - Sydney, December 22, 2016 A majority of Australians … [Read more...]

Perils of Perception – Perceptions Are Not Reality: What the World Gets Wrong

Australia the sixth most accurate country on the Ipsos "Index of Ignorance" Ipsos’ latest "Perils of Perception” survey highlights how … [Read more...]

More than half of Australians believe that their country is on the wrong track

55% of Australians think that their country is going in the wrong direction, down from 57% in October Unemployment, crime & violence … [Read more...]

Voter Apathy Towards Major Party Leadership Continues; Labor Ahead in Voting Intention

28 November, 2016 The Labor Party is ahead of the Coalition in the latest Fairfax Ipsos Poll released today. The national poll of 1,403 … [Read more...]