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Global public ranks ending hunger and poverty and ensuring healthy lives as top priorities among U.N. SDGs

Governments more likely than businesses and citizens to be seen as not taking enough responsibility for achieving Sustainable Development Goals

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LGBT+ Pride 2021 Global Survey points to a generation gap around gender identity and sexual attraction

Laws to protect LGBT people from discrimination laws and equal marriage and adoption rights have majority support in most but not all of the 27 countries surveyed

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Americans head into summer confident in their finances as the rally slows

Americans are better able to manage their bills, but uncertainty around back to the office remains. Meanwhile, parents who are hesitant about the vaccine for themselves are still wary of allowing their children to get one, pointing to barriers along the path towards herd immunity.

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Cream-filled donuts most popular flavor amongst Americans

Nearly three in four say free donuts has no impact on decision to get vaccinated

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More anticipate increased spending as the economy resumes

What pandemic-changed values mean for reopening

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Americans plan to hit the road this summer

This summer is set to be a busy one as more Americans begin to make plans to travel and enjoy the great outdoors.

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Work and school are the places where most Americans have cried

Men and older Americans less likely to have cried in public

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Close to half of Americans are familiar with the conflict in Gaza between Israel and Hamas

Familiarity is higher amongst older age groups

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Asian-American Perspectives on Authenticity and Meaningful Allyship

How Brands Can Effectively Stand with the AAPI Community

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How the past year shaped perspectives on race in America

On the anniversary of George Floyd’s death, the nation reflects back on a year of renewed focus on race in America.

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America’s reopening shows little signs of slowing down

New Axios/Ipsos poll shows fewer Americans report masking or social distancing, despite not trusting strangers to be honest about their vaccination status

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Majorities of unvaccinated adults in most of 15 countries would get a vaccine if they could

Survey also points to a decline in vaccination intent not only where many have already been inoculated

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America still struggles to resolve the challenges of race and justice

Axios-Ipsos Hard Truths poll finds Black Americans are more likely to experience potentially dangerous interactions with the police

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Over half of Republicans believe Donald Trump is the actual President of the United States

Donald Trump's claims of election fraud has Republicans doubting the legitimacy of Biden's presidency

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Ipsos U.S. Mental Health 2021 Report

Younger Americans more likely to be languishing than older Americans

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Majority of employed Americans believe the benefits and salary their job offers are good

Positive evaluation dampens with decreasing income and education levels

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When will Americans be comfortable with self-driving cars?

Ipsos Mobility Navigator Global Study reveals new vehicle owners remain steady in their interest in autonomous driving in 2021

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On Immigration, Americans Favor Both Restrictions and Reforms

NPR/Ipsos poll shows most feel situation at the border is a major problem, but favor pathway to citizenship for certain undocumented immigrants

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Eleven percent of Americans plan to never return to pre-coronavirus activities

The majority of Americans are familiar with the updated mask usage and social distancing guidelines published by the CDC, over half say they are not planning to quickly return to pre-coronavirus activities

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Americans' financial outlook is sharply up since November 2020

This Country Financial/Ipsos poll finds that half of Americans report no financial impact from COVID-19.

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President Joe Biden sees higher approval ratings than Donald Trump did during his first 100 days

One hundred days since being sworn in, we checked in on how President Biden performs on the nation's top issues

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Unemployment benefits not seen as major driver in labor shortage

The picture is as complicated as the labor force itself

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Americans have a sunnier outlook heading into the summer

Some Americans report improving mental health as fears about returning to “normal” pre-COVID life recede. Meanwhile, Americans are feeling more secure about their purchasing power.

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America the Uncertain: May Briefing Highlights

Key highlights from May's America the Uncertain webinar, a briefing from the Ipsos political polling team on data and trends shaping American politics....

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Half of Republicans believe the Republican party should be modeled after former President Donald Trump

Around the world people say they understand what actions they need to take to combat climate change, but do they really?

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Financial Optimism Improving among Millennials and Gen Z in America

Young Americans Increasingly Likely to say they’re Taking Steps to Improve their Financial Position

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Americans plan to keep their new pandemic entertainment habits and streaming subscriptions

Ipsos finds the future of media is pervasive and we’re not going back

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Three in four Americans feel that people should worry about the national debt

Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget/Ipsos poll reveals that Americans mostly want federal budget allocated evenly across generations

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