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A Third of Americans Who Are Employed Full- or Part-Time Report Not Receiving Any Formal Workplace Training from Their...

Thursday, December 08, 2016

New York, NY – When it comes to formal workplace training, a majority of Americans who are employed full- or part-time say that they have received some form of instruction from their currently employer, including one in five who say that they have received formal training mostly online (20%) or in a classroom (16%), and another 30% who say that their training has involved a mix of both online and classroom components. However, another 30% of all Americans surveyed say that they have not received any formal workplace training from their current employer, according to a recent online survey conducted by Ipsos on behalf of Axonify.     


Nearly One in Four (23%) Canadians Believe Syrian Refugee Crisis Will Be Biggest Humanitarian Challenge in 2017

Tuesday, December 06, 2016

    


Nearly Six in Ten (58%) Canadians Are Not Confident They Will Take a Winter Vacation This Year

Tuesday, December 06, 2016

    


Most Canadians Expect Companies to Support Causes and Make a Profit

Monday, December 05, 2016

Toronto, ON – Strong cause marketing programs and not-for-profit partnerships are more necessary than ever for corporations. A recent Ipsos survey found that almost all (95%) Canadians agree that it is a good idea for companies to support causes and the vast majority believe (82%, of which 52% strongly agree) they can support causes and still make a profit. In other words, there’s no reason companies shouldn’t be supporting good causes.     


Four in Ten (41%) Albertans Plan to Reduce Their Holiday Gift Spending This Year as Most (84%) Say Economic Downturn...

Thursday, December 01, 2016

    


Three in Four (73%) Online Shoppers Plan to Buy from Canadian Online Retailers This Holiday Season

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

    


American, British and Canadian Children Spend 72% of Their Daily Content-Watching Time on a Streaming Source

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

    


Many (79%) Canadians are Having Trouble Coming Up with New Holiday Gift Ideas

Friday, November 25, 2016

    


Reuters/Ipsos: Samsung Galaxy

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Washington, DC- The latest Reuters/Ipsos data reveals consumers are forgiving to Samsung after their recall of the Galaxy Note 7.     


Despite Majority of Canadians Claiming Familiarity with Osteoporosis, More than Half (53%) Fail Quiz About Condition

Monday, November 21, 2016

    


MACY’S #SANTAPROJECT MOVEMENT

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

New York, NY –The Santa Project conducted national quantitative research among over 1,000 adults ages 18+ (including over 300 parents who have children under the age of 18 living at home) investigating the importance of belief in Santa and the current state of belief across the country.     


Majority of Americans Surveyed Search Online for Coupons, Deals, Coupon Codes or Sales Before Making a Purchase During...

Thursday, November 03, 2016

New York, NY – According to a recent online study conducted by Ipsos on behalf of Offers.com, more than nine in ten (94%) Americans over the age of 18 are making purchases online, including 7% who report making online purchases more than once a week. More than one in ten say that they are making online purchases weekly (14%), and another two in five do this on a monthly basis (36%) or again at least a few times a year (37%). In contrast, only 6% of Americans over the age of 18 say that they never make online purchases.     


Ipsos Assesses Political Ads with Hear, Watch, Say Community

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

New York, NY – Are any of the major candidates or PAC supporters winning with their political ads? How are voters reacting to the campaign ads? Ipsos SMX’s proprietary “Hear, Watch, Say” panel (comprised mainly of millennials and self-identified influencers) was asked about these political ads in a study conducted for Ad Age.     


New global poll finds Americans most worried about terrorism, crime, and healthcare – while unemployment tops list of...

Thursday, October 13, 2016

London, UK – The new Ipsos study “What Worries the World” is an online survey of adults in Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Britain, Germany, Hungary, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Poland, Peru, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Turkey and the United States. Its premise is simple: it asks global citizens whether they think things in their country are headed in the right direction or on the wrong track, and what the issues are which most worry them.     


Affluent Media Engagement Continues to Rise; A Majority of Media Brands Saw Their Affluent Audiences Grow in 2016

Monday, October 03, 2016

New York, NY – Media use and interest in advertising among Affluent consumers continue to grow, even from already high levels, according to the Fall 2016 Ipsos Affluent Survey USA, the 40th annual version of which was released today. The Survey defines “Affluent” as adults living in households with at least $100,000 in annual household income, a group that reflects the top 25% of American households; Affluents have a median income of $146K, and a mean income of $221K. “Affluent use of digital and mobile media continues to rise, while their use of traditional media remains largely stable – resulting in a net increase in Affluent media audiences overall,” according to study Director and Chief Insights Officer Dr. Stephen Kraus.     


More parents are saving for college—and they’re saving more money

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Chicago, IL- Sallie Mae and Ipsos released the sixth edition of How America Saves for College on September 28, 2016. The study finds that more families are saving for college in 2016 than in the prior three years of How America Saves for College. Fifty-seven percent of parents reported saving—up 9 percentage points from 2015. The average amount parents have saved for college is also up, at $16,380.     


Six in Ten Americans Between the Ages of 45-60 Have Their Important Financial and Insurance Information Documented

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Washington, DC – When it comes to documenting important financial account and insurance information, six in ten Americans between the ages of 45 – 60 say that they have done this (60%) – on par with other demographic groups included in the survey (LGBT 61%, African Americans 58%, Hispanics 56%). According to the recent online survey conducted by Ipsos on behalf of MassMutual, respondents are most likely to trust their spouse or significant other (58%) with access to this information in the event of an emergency, while about one in five (19%) prefer to trust their children with this information. Roughly one in ten have given access to this information to a brother or sister (9%), while very few say that they have a special friend (3%), a financial advisory (1%), or some other person (5%) who knows how to access that information in the event of an emergency. Another 5% say that they have not yet selected a person to share this information with.     


Six in Ten Americans Say a Personalized, Handwritten Note Helps Enhance a Gift, Making it Stand Out

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Washington, DC – When it comes to receiving or giving a gift, roughly six in ten (58%) Americans say that a personalized, hand-written note helps to make the gift stand out, according to a recent online survey conducted by Ipsos on behalf of Cramer- Krasselt. Just under half of those surveyed also believe that the quality of the presentation (45%) and the quality of gift wrapping (44%) is also a major factor in helping make a gift special, while two in five (38%) say the same about the ribbon used. The use of a gift tag (25%) and the quality of the box (23%) are seen as making gifts stand out by roughly a quarter of all respondents, and 20% feel that the use of a gift topper can help make a gift stand out whether giving or receiving something special.     


One in Three (36%) Canadian Households Have No First Aid Training

Wednesday, September 07, 2016

Toronto, ON – Many Canadian households are not adequately prepared with first aid training in the event of an emergency, a new Ipsos survey on behalf of the Canadian Red Cross has found. Indeed, one in three (36%) Canadians say that nobody living in their household is trained in first aid. Four in ten (42%) say that one person in their household is trained, while the remaining two in ten (22%) have two (16%) or more trained first aiders living at home.     


Ipsos Advances Use of Behavioral Economics in Business

Thursday, August 25, 2016

New York, NY – Ipsos has launched a new behavioral economics think tank with the Yale School of Management (YSM) and Yale Center for Customer Insights (YCCI), as well as insights leaders from ConAgra Foods, Mars, Merck, Pfizer and SC Johnson. The YCCI-Ipsos Think Tank, which officially kicked off in June 2016, will develop and conduct research and experiments on the practical application of behavioral economics principles in key areas of consumer marketing.     


Ipsos Awards Top Honours for Financial Services Excellence in Canada

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Toronto, ON – Ipsos is pleased to announce the winners of its 2016 Best Banking Awards, an annual program that recognizes Canadian financial institutions for excellence in customer experience.     


Intentions to Buy and Sell Real Estate Increase Among Ontario’s Gen Y Population

Wednesday, August 03, 2016

Toronto, ON – More of Ontario’s younger generations are likely to buy a home in the next two years, according to a new Ipsos poll conducted on behalf of the Ontario Real Estate Association. One in four (24%) Ontarians in Generation Y say they are likely to purchase a home in the next two years (up eight points from last year), while 18% of Ontarians in Generation X said the same (a six-point increase from a year ago). For the purposes of this study, Generation X is defined as Ontarians born in 1965-1980, while Generation Y is defined as those born 1981-1995.     


Rather Than Creating a Divide, Technology Gives Families More Opportunities to Connect

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

New York, NY – Contrary to popular belief that technology has a negative impact on family relationships, new research from Ipsos Connect reveals that technology has created more opportunities for families to consume content together. The study found that parents and their children watch video-on-demand, use apps, stream music and go to the movies together more often than they have in prior years. This finding comes from the eighth wave of LMX Family, a syndicated study that tracks media and technology consumption of American families with children under the age of 12.     


Three in Ten (29%) Pokémon GO Players Agree It’s “Taking Over Their Life”, They’ve Skipped Day-to-Day Activities...

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Toronto, ON — With Pokémon GO now legally available for download in Canada, many Canadians who have downloaded the app admit that it is beginning to consume their lives, according to a new Ipsos poll conducted on behalf of Global News.     


More than Eight in Ten Americans Have Seen or Heard About Pokémon Go in the News

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Washington, DC — Pokémon Go has taken the media by storm, generating thousands of news stories since its recent debut. In order to better understand general awareness and knowledge of the app, Ipsos Public Affairs conducted a short online survey and found that a large majority of Americans recall having seen Pokémon Go on the news recently (83%).     


Growing Online Merchants’ E-Commerce Websites’ Efficiency Powered by BigCommerce

Thursday, July 21, 2016

These are the findings from an Ipsos poll conducted from February 16-18 2016. For the survey, a sample of BigCommerce merchants who sell online ages 18 and over were interviewed over the telephone to better understand what benefits BigCommerce provides and how BigCommerce differs from other e-commerce platforms. Each interview lasted for one hour and respondents had to have experience with a different ecommerce platform prior to BigCommerce, where ecommerce represents a substantial portion of their total revenue, at least $250K annually.     


Perceptions and Attitudes Surrounding the Arts in America

Thursday, July 14, 2016

These are the findings from an Ipsos poll conducted from December 11 - 15, 2015 on behalf of Americans for the Arts. For the survey, a sample of 3,020 adults ages 18 and over was interviewed online to better understand how and why art connects people, and how the arts contribute to overall well-being.     


Views on Real Estate Market Surge as Economic Confidence Rebounds

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Toronto, ON – Ontarians are feeling decidedly more upbeat about the state of the province’s economy than they were last fall – newfound positivity that is helping to dramatically boost confidence in residential real estate markets, according to a new Ipsos poll conducted on behalf of the Ontario Real Estate Association. Twice a year since 2013, Ipsos has released an Ontario Homeownership Index in partnership with the Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA), taking the pulse of Ontarians’ perceptions of home ownership and real estate markets at the neighbourhood, city and provincial level. In the latest wave of tracking, the Index has shot up by 27 points to 129. This is not only significantly above the baseline level of expected perceptions about Ontario real estate; it is the strongest the Index has ever been (and by some distance) since tracking began.     


Jumpstart Automotive & Ipsos Connect Unveil Latest Auto Shopper Study Showing How Demographic Audiences Research And...

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

SAN FRANCISCO – Jumpstart Automotive Group, an expert automotive marketing and advertising company, today unveiled its latest auto shopper study in collaboration with Ipsos Connect, "Today’s Auto Shopper: How They Research And Why Trust Is So Essential in Winning Them Over." The report looks at new trends in the car-shopping process for several demographics, including women, Millennials, and Asian and Hispanic shoppers.