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Global @dvisor is a 24 country public opinion survey of approximately 19,000 respondents per month conducted by the Ipsos Social Research Institute through its global online panel.
Clients can buy individual questions on Global @dvisor to achieve international coverage, with robust samples (at least 500 in each country), at a very competitive price.
Each month all Global @dvisor participants answer questions about their confidence in the economy of their country and local area as part of the Ipsos Economic Pulse survey. A range of other questions are also included on different topics. In the past, these have included attitudes to immigration, belief in a supreme being, online behaviour and attitudes to behaviour change policy.
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- The Economic Pulse of the World – May 2012
- Language Used in Business
- Mayan Prophecy: End of the World
- The Economic Pulse of the World – April 2012
- Interconnected World: Entertainment & Gaming
- Interconnected World: Shopping & Personal Finance
- Interconnected World: Communication & Social Networking
Latest Economic Pulse findings for Australia
Economic confidence in Australia decreased three percentage points to 61% in May. While still well above the global total of 37%, there has been a steady decrease in the confidence of Australian participants since the beginning of 2012.
Australian participants were less likely to see the economy in their local area as strong (39% compared to a global average of 29%), and even less likely to expect it to become stronger in the next six months (14% compared to a global average of 24%).
Languages used in global business
A report on languages used in global business shows that of those 24% of Australian participants who work in a job that requires them to interact with people in other countries, 84% said they most often interact in English. This compares to a global average of 67%.