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Medical crowdsourcing: What are Physicians communicating during COVID-19?

Medical crowdsourcing: What are Physicians communicating during COVID-19?

Ipsos’ regular qualitative analysis of the G-MED Global Physician Online Community (March 23th – April 11th 2020). – Read more

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Research during Coronavirus for services, durables and technology

Research during Coronavirus for services, durables and technology

INNOVATING IN CHALLENGING TIMES – ISSUE 2 – Read more

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Innovating in challenging times: Research during COVID-19

Innovating in challenging times: Research during COVID-19

Doing research during a crisis allows businesses to better predict and prepare for what to do next. Τhe COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented event and created a world which is more complex and fluid than it was at the beginning of the year. During a…

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Many think it’s unlikely the economy will recover quickly once COVID-19 lockdown is over

Many think it’s unlikely the economy will recover quickly once COVID-19 lockdown is over

Most negative about an economic recovery in hard-hit countries except China. Read more: click here

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More people say they’re wearing masks to protect themselves from COVID-19 since March

More people say they’re wearing masks to protect themselves from COVID-19 since March

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Staying close to your customers

Staying close to your customers

Why customer experience still matters amid COVID-19 and social distancing. In stable times, many consumer behaviours come from carrying out familiar activities on a routine basis. These familiar activities give consumers certainty and simplify decision-making. However, COVID-19 has disrupted these routines. For many, this has…

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Increasing pessimism about ‘return to normal’ by June from COVID-19 crisis, shows poll

Increasing pessimism about ‘return to normal’ by June from COVID-19 crisis, shows poll

People in Japan, the U.K. and Australia are most negative about a recovery by June.

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More concerned for those vulnerable to COVID-19 than for their own health, poll shows

More concerned for those vulnerable to COVID-19 than for their own health, poll shows

A silver lining: Majority believe pandemic will bring them closer to family and friends. Read more: here

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Public Opinion on the Covid-19 pandemic

Public Opinion on the Covid-19 pandemic

In an uncertain world, data matters. Ipsos experts share the latest research and analysis related to the coronavirus pandemic. Read more: here

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Understanding the coronavirus crisis

Understanding the coronavirus crisis

The third edition of our digest brings together Ipsos’ latest research on coronavirus and draws on our surveys, social media monitoring and analysis from our teams around the world.

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