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Missing the Mood for the Breeze
Politics

Missing the Mood for the Breeze

The media missed the Modi juggernaut that wasn’t even trying to hide in plain sight, and looked for results in the wrong place—the corridors of the national capital. All exit polls, however, got the direction right: Modi was coming back

Firstpost National Trust Survey 2: Modi quadruples lead over Rahul, will gain from a 'presidential' election
India

Firstpost National Trust Survey 2: Modi quadruples lead over Rahul, will gain from a 'presidential' election

The second wave of the National Trust Survey conducted by Firstpost-IPSOS, which polled more than 31,000 voters from 2 to 22 March, shows it is Narendra Modi who seems to be contesting the election on behalf of the BJP, with the party itself playing second fiddle

Consumer confidence plummets in March on concerns of India-Pakistan conflict post-Balakot air strike: Study
Business

Consumer confidence plummets in March on concerns of India-Pakistan conflict post-Balakot air strike: Study

The India Primary Consumer Sentiment Index (consumer confidence) nosedived by 6.8 percentage points in March, found a joint survey by Thomson Reuters and Ipsos.

22% Indians believe differing political views harm society, 64% think social media makes issues divisive: BBC-Ipsos study
World

22% Indians believe differing political views harm society, 64% think social media makes issues divisive: BBC-Ipsos study

A new global study by Ipsos for the 'BBC Crossing Divides' finds that people are split over whether differences in political opinions in their country are healthy or dangerous for society. The survey was carried out online among 19,782 adults under 65 across 27 countries from 26 November to 7 December, 2018.

Firstpost Editor's Pick: Irvine Welsh on Trainspotting, National Trust Survey, Bajaj Allianz officials dupe farmers; today's must-read stories
India

Firstpost Editor's Pick: Irvine Welsh on Trainspotting, National Trust Survey, Bajaj Allianz officials dupe farmers; today's must-read stories

The National Trust Survey conducted by Firspost and Ipsos shows Narendra Modi and the BJP-led NDA hold a clear edge over the UPor Mahagathbandhan as the race to 2019 Lok Sabha Election enter its final lap

Firstpost National Trust Survey: Modi most trusted leader with 52.8% mandate, 26.8% favour Rahul; development trumps caste
India

Firstpost National Trust Survey: Modi most trusted leader with 52.8% mandate, 26.8% favour Rahul; development trumps caste

The National Trust Survey conducted by Firspost and Ipsos involved 34,470 individuals from 291 urban wards and 690 villages across 320 parliamentary constituencies

Consumer confidence dipped in September due to worries about savings, household expenses, finds survey
Business

Consumer confidence dipped in September due to worries about savings, household expenses, finds survey

The Consumer Confidence Index plummeted 6.6 percentage points as consumers were worried about various factors such as personal finances for day-to-day running of the household, savings and investments, said Indian Primary Consumer Sentiment Index (PCSI) for the month of October.

PayPal.me launched to enable merchants to receive faster and secure payments
Biztech

PayPal.me launched to enable merchants to receive faster and secure payments

The PayPal and IPSOS Cross Border 2015 Millennials report evaluates the online and cross border shopping habits of over 23000 internet users across 29 countries including interviews of 517 millennials in India.

Google leads the most influential brand in India, Flipkart ranked seventh
Business

Google leads the most influential brand in India, Flipkart ranked seventh

Facebook, Gmail, Microsoft and Samsung in the top five influential brands in India

LinkedIn, Pinterest more popular than Twitter among adults: study
Tech

LinkedIn, Pinterest more popular than Twitter among adults: study

Photo pin-up site Pinterest spiked in popularity over the past year, according to the survey, a poll of 1,445 Internet users aged 18 and older. About 21 percent of respondents said they employ the service, up sharply from 15 percent in a similar survey conducted a year ago.

LinkedIn, Pinterest more popular than Twitter among adults: study
News & Analysis

LinkedIn, Pinterest more popular than Twitter among adults: study

Photo pin-up site Pinterest spiked in popularity over the past year, according to the survey, a poll of 1,445 Internet users aged 18 and older. About 21 percent of respondents said they employ the service, up sharply from 15 percent in a similar survey conducted a year ago.

Saudi Arabia most economically confident country, India 7th
Economy

Saudi Arabia most economically confident country, India 7th

Buoyed by healthy farm output and narrowing current account deficit, India is the seventh most economically confident country in the world, a study by global research firm Ipsos has said.

Indian Workers Tend To Use More Social Tools At Work: Survey
Biztech

Indian Workers Tend To Use More Social Tools At Work: Survey

While 61% of APAC employees report that social tools at work help increase their productivity, 38% feel that their companies underestimate the value of the tools, often restricting their use.

India's Smartphone Impact
Biztech

India's Smartphone Impact

Smartphones have become an integral part of user's daily lives. Google, IPSOS and MMA study how.