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Ipsos Poll: Major League Baseball Playoffs (National League)


Washington, D.C. - As the MLB Playoff gets underway, Ipsos Public Affairs wanted to know who the public wanted to win each National League series.     

Ipsos Poll: Major League Baseball Playoffs (American League)


Washington, D.C. - As the MLB Playoffs gets underway, Ipsos Public Affairs wanted to know who the public favored in the American League series.     

Knowledge & Ideas

Affluents in America: Key Insights from the 2015 Ipsos Affluent Survey USA

Media, Content and Technology

For 39 years, we have been tracking the lives, lifestyles and media habits of Affluent Americans. Insights gleaned from our study are used by hundreds of companies to inform media, marketing and advertising decisions. View this recently recorded...

CNBC Squawk on the Street: America’s Affluent

Media, Content and Technology

Hear Chief Insights Officer Steve Kraus discuss new research from the Affluent USA Survey during an interview with CNBC from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.