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  • Most Millennials Eschew Weddings for Retirement Funds

    Most Millennials Eschew Weddings for Retirement Funds

    Public Affairs

    Millennials – they are a generation that came of age during the Great Recession, and you can bet your bottom dollar that a large chunk of them felt the brunt of it. However, according to the results of our eNation survey conducted in October 2014,...     

  • Global @dvisor

    Global @dvisor

    Public Affairs

    Ipsos Global @dvisor Monthly Syndicate Service is a 24 country, online, monthly syndicated research service used to generate information for media and clients. Every month, we complete 500 to 1,000 online interviews per country.     

  • ASI:BrandShout


    ASI:BrandShout taps into the power of mobile to ask about brand experiences at the very moment they happen, letting you read how people react, respond, and interact with your brand – whenever and wherever those experiences occur.     

  • U.S. Omnibus Services

    Public Affairs

    At Ipsos, we offer regional, national, international or specialty group omnibuses. Our professional research staff provides their expertise in the development and/or fine-tuning of survey questions.     

News & Polls

Ipsos Global @dvisory: The Economic Pulse of the World (October 2014)

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...    

Research Shows One Key to Market Relevancy is Brand Reinvention

Toronto, ON – Coca-Cola. Tim Hortons. Blackberry. What do these three brands have in common? According to recent research conducted by Ipsos Reid, they are all companies that Canadians believe are in the process of trying to...     

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