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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...    

Half (51%) of English Canadians 40 years and Older Agree They are Prepared in the Event of a Heart Attack

Toronto, ON – A new Ipsos Reid survey commissioned by Bayer Inc. reveals only half (51%) of Canadians 40 years and older, excluding Quebec agree they are prepared in the event of a heart attack, despite the fact that almost all...     

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