Ipsos North America

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  • Financial Luster in the Golden Years?

    Financial Luster in the Golden Years?

    Public Affairs

    Ah, retirement. It conjures up picture-perfect images of traveling around the world for some or winters on the slopes for others — and how to turn such dreams into a reality is top-of-mind for all. So, what kind of financial preparations are being...     

  • Global @dvisor

    Global @dvisor

    Public Affairs

    Ipsos Global @dvisor Monthly Syndicate Service is a 24 country, online, monthly syndicated research service used to generate information for media and clients. Every month, we complete 500 to 1,000 online interviews per country.     

  • ASI:BrandShout

    Advertising

    ASI:BrandShout taps into the power of mobile to ask about brand experiences at the very moment they happen, letting you read how people react, respond, and interact with your brand – whenever and wherever those experiences occur.     

  • U.S. Omnibus Services

    Public Affairs

    At Ipsos, we offer regional, national, international or specialty group omnibuses. Our professional research staff provides their expertise in the development and/or fine-tuning of survey questions.     


News & Polls

How America Views Home Ownership

9/15/2014
New York, NY - Conducting a national study for public release, Ipsos partnered up with Wells Fargo to gain insight on the perceptions and attitudes of the American public toward various aspects of home ownership, including aspects...    

With Doug In and Rob Out, Toronto Mayoral Race is John Tory’s (43%) to Lose as Olivia Chow (29%), Doug Ford (28%) Trail

9/17/2014
Toronto, ON – Amid the shocking news of the discovery of a tumor in Mayor Rob Ford’s stomach, and the subsequent withdrawal of Rob Ford and entrance of his brother Doug Ford in the Toronto Mayor race, a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted...     

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WARNING: STORE EVALUATOR SCAM NOTICE

Ipsos would like to warn you about a phishing scam that is periodically being perpetrated on individuals in the United States, in which a scammer posing as a legitimate market research firm will send you an email asking you to confirm personal information and offering a fee (often $180) per evaluation.
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