According to a survey conducted by Ipsos in Taiwan, about half of Taiwanese think homosexuality is morally acceptable, while only about 20% of Taiwanese think it is not. 在台灣，有近五成的人認為同性戀在道德上是可以被接受的，約兩成的人認為在道德上不可以被接受。另外有近三成認為同性戀無關乎道德。
In a recent research conducted by Ipsos Millennials, Kids & Family Center of Excellence, it is also found that technology indeed gives families more opportunities to connect. 益普索（Ipsos）的千禧世代、兒童及家庭卓越中心（Millennials, Kids & Family Center of Excellence）從最近在美國執行的研究中也有同樣發現，科技其實帶給家庭更多彼此分享的機會！
The new Ipsos study “What Worries the World” is an online survey of adults aged under 65 in Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Britain, Germany, Hungary, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Poland, Peru, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Turkey and the United States.
With advertisers spending more of their campaign budgets in online video and Facebook growing rapidly as a preferred platform, Ipsos Connect has developed Connect:Live to help clients select the best creative to launch and measure the brand impact of their live campaign buys.
Over the past decade many OEMs had strategies that focused on emerging markets that had obvious growth potential, notably China, India and Brazil. As they review their growth strategies, the case for investment in one of the world’s most dynamic automotive clusters – ASEAN – becomes most compelling.
過去幾十年，汽車產業OEM（原始設備製造商）都將策略著重在擁有大量人口及明顯成長潛力的市場，比如說中國、印度及巴西等等，但近年世界各地的傳統汽車產業業績持續停滯或下滑，反倒是東協等國之發展逐漸引人注目。Ipsos Business Consulting針對東協幾個在汽車產業上具有相當潛力且活躍的新興國家市場提出預測及分析。
Perils and Possibilities: Growing Up Online (Ipsos/UNICEF Poll) report delivers findings from UNICEF and Ipsos’ new opinion poll of more than 10,000 18-year-olds from 25 countries reveals young people’s perspectives on the risks they face growing up in an increasingly connected world. 益普索（Ipsos）與聯合國兒童基金會於上個月公布「危險與可能性：成長於網絡的時代」（Perils and Possibilities: Growing up Online）的全球調查報告，針對來自25個國家超過萬名的18歲青少年進行意見調查，瞭解這些成長於網路世界的年輕人，對於在網路當中有可能遇到的風險的看法。
The Perils and Possibilities: Growing Up Online poll took place among 18 year olds with internet access in 25 countries around the world. This UNICEF / Ipsos study shares insights on teenagers’ behavior and expectations from the online world they grew up with.
Taiwan’s population aging index gas reached 95%. Elderly people have higher consumption power than younger people. After a bunch of researches, we generalized a golden principle: tell them how they can live as if they were still young.
Just like the best films, data can tell a story too – you just need to know where to look.
Leo Cremonezi explores how three types of advanced statistical analysis – Factor, Cluster and CHAID analysis – can help us unlock additional value from market segmentation. By better understanding the variables in the survey and defining the segments they help us see our customers in high definition.