Products & Tools
A 20+ country, online, monthly, syndicated research service, the Global @dvisor platform is used to produce syndicated reports and studies specifically tailored to the needs of corporation, advertising and PR agencies, and governments.
The Canadian Corporate Reputation Monitor (I-REP) helps you strengthen your most important asset — your good name, and the reputation behind it.
Ipsos is conducting a syndicate research study to understand Canadians’ usage of the Internet and level of participation in the digital economy.
The Recruiting Continuing Education Students survey has been designed to help universities and colleges attract more of the continuing education students they want. The study provides subscribers with concrete information and specific recommendations for your institution.
Government Services and Satisfaction is a syndicated research study designed to explore in-depth drivers of public satisfaction with government services.
The Canadian Media Relations Review is an elite survey of the country's top print, online, and broadcast editors and journalists.
The Canadian Business Media Relations Review is an elite survey of the country's top print, online, and broadcast business editors and journalists
Canadian Higher Education Reputation Monitor is a syndicated study that provides actionable insights into how reputation affects school selection and donor behaviour.
Canadian Donors and You is a syndicated study that has been carefully designed to help not-for-profit organisations better understand their donor market and grow their donor dollars.
The Donor Relationship Management for Charities syndicated study has been carefully designed to explore the attitudes and beliefs of Canadians.
A syndicated study that examines Canadians attitudes about the role of board members and other leaders in the not-for-profit sector.
A syndicated study that examines Canadians attitudes about the importance of planning, achieving objectives, trust in your organization, and the impact of these attitudes on revenue generation.
An unparalleled syndicated study aimed at better understanding Canada's youth.
Ipsos’ Childhood Obesity Ideation Insight syndicated study is designed for the government, health and education sectors and related agencies and associations to explore what parents and their children are doing, or not doing, to tackle the obesity issue.
A syndicated study that provides municipal leaders with actionable information to track their citizens' current fitness behaviors and satisfaction with municipal recreation offerings.
While many firms have online panels, all panels are not created equal. Find out what makes our online panels superior and how they are used to conduct Public Opinion research.
A syndicated study that explores the attitudes of Canadians 55+ toward leaving the workforce.
A syndicated study that provides municipal leaders with actionable information to track citizens' satisfaction levels, plan future budgets, develop new programs and services, and establish effective communication strategies
A syndicated study for City Administrators, Council, and other stakeholders to measure operational performance and service delivery of 3-1-1 Citizen Service Centres
A syndicated study that provides municipal leaders with actionable information to manage and respond effectively to their citizens' needs, concerns and perceptions around environmental issues.
A syndicated study designed to help health care sector directors better understand public perception of their organization.
A series of syndicated studies exploring the attitudes and opinions of newcomers to Canada.
A series of syndicated studies exploring the attitudes and opinions of First Canadians.
A syndicated study that helps municipalities measure, shape and refine their social media presence.
The Recruitment Challenges for Skilled Trades consultation study has been designed to help colleges, associations, unions and business owners understand how to better attract and recruit skilled employees to the trades.
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