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83% of Global Internet Users Believe Affordable Access to the Internet Should be a Basic Human Right

83% of Global Internet Users Believe Affordable Access to the Internet Should be a Basic Human Right

Monday, November 24, 2014

Ottawa, Canada – A survey of Internet users in 24 countries has found that 83% of them believe that affordable access to the internet should be a basic human right. The study also found that two thirds (64%) of users are more...     




Parents of Kids and Teens Show Strong Affinity for Wearables and other Next Gen Tech From Certain Brands

Parents of Kids and Teens Show Strong Affinity for Wearables and other Next Gen Tech From Certain Brands

Monday, November 24, 2014

New York, NY – As we power toward Cyber Monday, families with kids under 18 years old are poised to continue their quest for connection and convenience as evidenced by their strong intent to purchase a variety of new tech devices,...     




Global Citizens Feel More Vulnerable Than They Did One Year Ago

Global Citizens Feel More Vulnerable Than They Did One Year Ago

Saturday, November 22, 2014

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada – A survey of citizens in 23 countries reveals that they feel more vulnerable today than they did a year ago – not much more, but differently.     




Majority (54%) of Global Citizens Support International Coalition’s Airstrikes Against ISIL

Majority (54%) of Global Citizens Support International Coalition’s Airstrikes Against ISIL

Friday, November 21, 2014

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada – A survey of citizens in 24 countries reveals that a majority (54%) support the international coalition’s airstrikes against the Islamic State in Syria and Levant (“ISIL”) and half (48%) feel that the...     




Landmark RBC/Ipsos Reid Survey of Canadian Youth Finds Dramatic Decline in Happiness, Optimism During Late Teens

Landmark RBC/Ipsos Reid Survey of Canadian Youth Finds Dramatic Decline in Happiness, Optimism During Late Teens

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Toronto, ON – A landmark survey of nearly 2,400 Canadian youth aged 10 to 25, conducted by Ipsos Reid on behalf of RBC, has found a dramatic shift in attitudes, behaviours and beliefs as teens reach early adulthood and the realities...