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Ipsos launches first edition of ‘Ipsos India Knowledge Review 2021’

Ipsos India has launched its first edition of the Ipsos Knowledge Review 2021 – a dossier of insightful thought pieces by the Ipsos Indian...

79% of urban Indians confess to judging other parents: Ipsos 

According to a new global survey by Ipsos in 28 markets and 23,004 adults, 88% of urban Indians polled claim of being judged as...

Consumer confidence declines by 0.8% points in March 2021: Refinitiv-Ipsos

According to the March 2021 wave of the monthly Refinitiv-Ipsos Primary Consumer Sentiment Index (PCSI) for India, consumer confidence has declined by 0.8 percentage...

55% urban Indians believe their local community became more supportive during...

A new global survey by Ipsos shows a new downside of the pandemic, with at least 4 in 10 urban Indians (45%) feeling lonelier...

EXCLUSIVE | Bhasker Canagaradjou, Pallavi Mathur Lal, Neetu Bansal on the...

Writing exclusively for MediaBrief, Bhasker Canagaradjou, Country Head, Strategy 3, Ipsos India; Pallavi Mathur Lal, Senior Client Officer; and Neetu Bansal, Client Officer, Ipsos...

Ipsos: 63% of global citizens have stopped eating out at small...

The pandemic was disruptive due to the lockdowns, precautions, and the general scare – and all this led to perforce behavioral change in how...

EXCLUSIVE | Amit Adarkar, Ipsos India: A year of resilience

Amit Adarkar, CEO — Ipsos India, is a veteran with more than  two decades of experience spanning MNCs and Indian market research companies, and is...

61% urban Indians expect income inequality to increase in 2021: Ipsos

According to the Ipsos Predictions 2021 Survey, at least 3 in 4 urban Indians (76%) and 1 in 2 global citizens (54%) predict the...

Private sector banks fare better on Ipsos’ Customer Effort Index

According to the Ipsos Customer Effort Index (CEI) Study, done for the Banking Sector, customers find it quite difficult to perform common tasks with...

64% urban Indians believe India is moving in the right direction:...

According to the December 2020 round of the Ipsos What Worries the World monthly survey, at least 64% urban Indians believe India is moving...