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Ipsos Group S.A. is a multinational market research and a consulting firm with headquarters in Paris, France. The company was founded in 1975 by Didier Truchot, Chairman and CEO, and has been publicly traded on the Paris Stock Exchange since July 1, 1999.

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Most Americans Sympathize With Current Protests, Poll Finds [Video]

Most Americans Sympathize With Current Protests, Poll Finds

Just over 1,000 people participated in a recent online survey from Reuters/Ipsos.

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Most Americans disapprove of Trump protest response: poll [Video]

Most Americans disapprove of Trump protest response: poll

A new Reuters/Ipsos poll shows most Americans sympathize with nationwide protests over the police killing of George Floyd, and disapprove of President Trump's response. Gloria Tso reports.

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Biden's Lead Over Trump Plummets [Video]

Biden's Lead Over Trump Plummets

Newsweek reports that Joe Biden's lead over President Donald Trump has fallen by three points over the last week. A new poll from Reuters and Ipsos has Biden leading Trump by six points among..

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1 in 5 US Educators Won't Go Back to Reopened Schools, Survey Says [Video]

1 in 5 US Educators Won't Go Back to Reopened Schools, Survey Says

Poll results from 'USA TODAY/Ipsos' add that one in four teachers 55 and older say they won't return.

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Disparate death rates may fuel U.S. divide over COVID-19 [Video]

Disparate death rates may fuel U.S. divide over COVID-19

A Reuters analysis of demographic and public health data found that death rates in Democratic parts of the U.S. are triple those in Republican ones. This report produced by Zachary Goelman.

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As Coronavirus Death Toll Mounts, What Do Americans Think Of Trump? [Video]

As Coronavirus Death Toll Mounts, What Do Americans Think Of Trump?

The novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic has done no favors for US President Donald Trump. Trump initially downplayed the threat of the virus that has killed more than 80,000 people in the US. It's the..

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Biden's Advantage Over Trump Falls [Video]

Biden's Advantage Over Trump Falls

A Reuters/Ipsos poll showed that Joe Biden’s advantage over President Donald Trump has diminished. According to Reuters, the former vice president struggles to gain visibility during the coronavirus..

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Coronavirus scrambles Trump's chances in Florida [Video]

Coronavirus scrambles Trump's chances in Florida

Trump's prospects for taking Florida has shifted since the coronavirus hit the U.S. A Republican source close to Trump' re-election campaign told Reuters, "Florida...is in play." This report produced..

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Most Americans to avoid live events until virus vaccine: poll [Video]

Most Americans to avoid live events until virus vaccine: poll

Until there is a proven coronavirus vaccine, a majority of Americans said they will not attend professional sporting events, live concerts and amusement parks when they reopen to the public, according..

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U.S. coronavirus death toll tops 50,000 [Video]

U.S. coronavirus death toll tops 50,000

With the U.S. coronavirus death toll topping 50,000, Georgia, Oklahoma and a handful of other states took the first tentative steps at reopening for business on Friday. This report produced by Jonah..

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Exclusive: Biden beating Trump in poll of three battleground states [Video]

Exclusive: Biden beating Trump in poll of three battleground states

Republican President Donald Trump trails Democrat Joe Biden among registered voters in three Midwestern battleground states that he narrowly carried in 2016 and are seen as crucial to winning..

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Democrats, furious with Trump, more keen to vote now: poll [Video]

Democrats, furious with Trump, more keen to vote now: poll

Democrats' intention to vote is rising more than it is among Republicans, both nationally and in historically competitive battleground states like Wisconsin that Trump narrowly won in 2016, according..

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Exclusive: Most Americans sympathize with protests, disapprove of Trump's response - Reuters/Ipsos

A majority of Americans sympathize with nationwide protests over the death of an unarmed black man in police custody and disapprove of President Donald Trump's response to the unrest, according to a..
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Exclusive: As Trump ramps up attacks, Republicans less confident than Democrats in voting by mail, poll finds

Republicans are much more skeptical than Democrats their ballots will count if cast by mail and less confident they will be able to vote in November's election if their state switches to all-mail..
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Approval of Trump's pandemic response stays steady, Biden favored in election: Reuters/IPSOS poll

Public approval of President Donald Trump's handling of the coronavirus pandemic remained steady this week as the number of U.S. deaths from the illness surpassed 100,000, according to a Reuters/Ipsos..
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Back to school? 1 in 5 teachers are unlikely to return to reopened classrooms this fall, poll says

Most Americans expect schools to reopen in the fall, but teachers and parents express significant resistance, according to USA TODAY/ Ipsos polls
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60% of U.S. adults plan to get seasonal flu vaccine: Reuters/Ipsos poll

About 60% of U.S. adults either plan to or definitely will get the flu vaccine in the fall amid the coronavirus pandemic, with more Americans who identified themselves as Democrats planning to do so..
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Exclusive: A quarter of Americans are hesitant about a coronavirus vaccine - Reuters/Ipsos poll

A quarter of Americans have little or no interest in taking a coronavirus vaccine, a Reuters/Ipsos poll published on Thursday found, with some voicing concern that the record pace at which vaccine..
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Most Americans would take coronavirus vaccine if deemed safe: Reuters/Ipsos poll

Three-quarters of Americans would take a coronavirus vaccine after receiving certain assurances that it was safe, and another 9% would take one as soon as it was available, a Reuters/Ipsos poll..
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Americans losing faith in what Trump says about the coronavirus: Reuters/Ipsos poll

Americans appear to be losing faith in what President Donald Trump says about the coronavirus pandemic, with almost everyone rejecting Trump's remark that COVID-19 may be treated by injecting infected..
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Most Americans to avoid sports, other live events before coronavirus vaccine: Reuters/Ipsos

Fewer than half of Americans plan to go to sports events, concerts, movies and amusement parks when they reopen to the public until there is a proven coronavirus vaccine, according to a Reuters/Ipsos..
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Exclusive: Poll signals strengthening support for Biden over Trump in three Midwest battleground states

Republican President Donald Trump trails Democrat Joe Biden among registered voters in three Midwestern battleground states that he narrowly carried in 2016 and are seen as crucial to winning..
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Despite scattered protests, most Americans support shelter-in-place, Reuters/Ipsos poll shows

A bipartisan majority of Americans said they want to continue to shelter in place to protect themselves from the coronavirus, despite the impact to the economy, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion..
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Exclusive: Democrats, furious with Trump, much more keen to vote now than four years ago - Reuters/Ipsos

When Republicans in Wisconsin pushed through state elections last week in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, Jessica Jaglowski donned a protective mask and headed for the ballot box, determining..
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Trump approval rises, but more Americans support Biden for president: poll

The number of Americans who approve of President Donald Trump rose by 5 percentage points over the past week, but registered voters still favored Democrat Joe Biden for president by a small margin,..
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Most Americans, unlike Trump, want mail-in ballots for November if coronavirus threatens: Reuters/Ipsos poll

Most Americans, including a majority of Republicans, want the government to require mail-in ballots for the Nov. 3 presidential election if the coronavirus outbreak still threatens the public this..
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Americans support drastic efforts to stop coronavirus, expect crisis to last for months in Public Agenda/USA TODAY/Ipsos poll

Most Americans believe stopping the virus should be the U.S. government's top priority, even as social distancing measures ravage the economy.
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Bipartisan majority of Americans reject Trump idea to reopen by Easter: Reuters/Ipsos poll

A bipartisan majority of Americans appear to reject an idea floated by President Donald Trump to reopen businesses by Easter, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll, which also showed that nearly one in..
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Almost one in four Americans lost job or furloughed because of coronavirus: Reuters/Ipsos poll

Nearly one in four U.S. adults said they have been laid off or furloughed during the coronavirus outbreak, yet a bipartisan majority of Americans wants businesses to remain closed to slow the spread of..
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U.S. men less likely to heed health warnings as coronavirus death toll mounts: Reuters/Ipsos poll

As America converts itself into a nation of shut-ins, one group appears to be less interested than others in following the ever-lengthening list of health tips aimed at slowing the spread of the..
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Forget politics. Majority of Republicans, Democrats now agree coronavirus is 'serious threat': Reuters/Ipsos poll

Seven in 10 Americans now consider the coronavirus pandemic to be "a serious threat to me and my family," according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll that shows how wide, bipartisan segments of the..
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Half of all Americans support aggressive steps to slow coronavirus in the U.S.: Reuters poll

Roughly half of all Americans want the U.S. government to act more aggressively to slow the spread of the coronavirus, such as banning large public gatherings and shutting down all overseas flights,..
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Americans divided on party lines over risk from coronavirus: Reuters/Ipsos poll

Americans who now find themselves politically divided over seemingly everything are now forming two very different views of another major issue: the dangers of the new coronavirus.
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Americans heed warning to wash hands often to control coronavirus, Reuters/Ipsos poll finds

Americans appear to be heeding the warning of health experts to wash their hands more frequently and use disinfectant wipes to prevent the coronavirus from spreading, according to a Reuters/Ipsos..
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USA TODAY/Ipsos poll: For voters, Bernie Sanders outranks other Democrats – and Trump – on values, empathy

In a USA TODAY/Ipsos poll, 40% of voters said they admired Bernie Sanders' character, above many of his Democratic rivals and Donald Trump.
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Biden's support slumps to lowest on record, Bloomberg surges nationally as Democratic race heats up: poll

Support for Joe Biden's U.S. Democratic presidential bid has tumbled nationally to the lowest on record since his lackluster finish in the Iowa caucuses, while interest is surging in the upstart..
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Forty-three percent of Americans back Trump acquittal, 41 percent opposed: Reuters/Ipsos poll

Americans are evenly split, mostly along party lines, over the U.S. Senate's acquittal of President Donald Trump at his impeachment trial, even though more respondents than not think he probably did..
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USA TODAY/Ipsos poll: Is the USA ready to elect a woman president? Fewer Americans say 'yes'

A USA TODAY/Ipsos Poll shows a majority of Americans are ready to elect a woman president, but the Democratic race is roiled over who can beat Trump.
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Peru elects deeply split Congress with right-of-center tilt

Peruvians elected a fractured Congress with no clear leadership on Sunday, split among 10 parties with a center-right party grabbing the most seats with a tally of 24 out of 130, an Ipsos count of vote..
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Peruvians elect fractured Congress to replace opposition-led legislature

Peruvians on Sunday elected a new Congress with some 10 parties represented and no single majority, according to an Ipsos exit poll reported by local news, refilling the empty legislature that was..
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Republican and Democratic voters actually agree on many climate change fixes. So why no action?

From energy efficiency to modernizing the electric grid, voters actually agree on many climate change solutions, a poll by USA TODAY and Ipsos finds
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Let them speak: Most Americans want witnesses in Trump impeachment trial - Reuters/Ipsos poll

A bipartisan majority of Americans want to see new witnesses testify in the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump, and the public appears to be largely following the proceedings even after a..
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U.S. farmers increased support for Trump ahead of 'Phase 1' signing - Reuters/Ipsos poll

U.S. President Donald Trump gained support among American farm families at the end of last year, Reuters/Ipsos poll data showed, as Trump touted a Phase 1 trade deal with key agricultural buyer China.
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Majority of Americans favor wealth tax on very rich: Reuters/Ipsos poll

The idea of imposing a wealth tax on the richest Americans has elicited sharply divergent views across a spectrum of politicians, with President Donald Trump branding it socialist and progressive..
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Looking for a winner, Democrats keep Biden and Sanders on top: Reuters/Ipsos poll

Former Vice President Joe Biden and U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders remain the top candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination as potential voters appear increasingly interested in picking a..
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Americans increasingly critical of Trump's record on Iran, most expect war: Reuters/Ipsos poll

The American public is increasingly critical of President Donald Trump's handling of Iran after he ordered the U.S. military to kill a powerful Iranian military commander, and a majority of U.S. adults..
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Less than half of all Americans want Trump ousted post-impeachment: Reuters/Ipsos poll

Less than half of all Americans say President Donald Trump should be removed from office following his impeachment by the U.S. House of Representatives, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll..
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Net support for impeachment grew steadily during U.S. congressional hearings, poll shows

Public support for impeaching President Donald Trump has tracked steadily higher over the past few weeks while a U.S. House of Representatives committee held a series of televised impeachment hearings,..
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Reuters/Ipsos poll: 3% support Bloomberg for Democratic nomination

If former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg enters the 2020 Democratic presidential nominating race, he will be the fifth most-popular candidate, and his presence may draw more support away from..
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Support for impeaching Trump soars among independents: Reuters/Ipsos poll

Support for impeaching U.S. President Donald Trump surged among political independents and rose by 3 three percentage points overall since last week, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on..
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Exclusive: Democrats willing to risk 2020 chances to impeach Trump: Reuters/Ipsos poll

Most Democrats want to impeach U.S. President Donald Trump, even if that means weakening their party's chances of winning back the White House in the 2020 election, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion..
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USA TODAY poll: Nearly 6 in 10 Americans say a vaping ban will ramp up black market sales

A USA TODAY/Ipsos poll found more than 8 in 10 Americans agree people under 21 should not be able to legally buy vaping devices
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American public's support for impeaching Trump rises to 45% amid Ukraine matter: Reuters/Ipsos poll

The number of Americans who believe President Donald Trump should be impeached rose by 8 percentage points over the past week as Democrats began an inquiry into allegations that Trump pressured Ukraine..
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More Americans say vaping is as dangerous as smoking cigarettes: Reuters poll

A growing number of Americans say that vaping e-cigarettes is at least as harmful as smoking traditional cigarettes, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll, following reports of an outbreak of..
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Warren rises as solid Democratic option behind Biden, Sanders: Reuters/Ipsos poll

Support for U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren rose more than that of any other Democratic presidential hopeful over the past month, according to the Reuters/Ipsos poll, solidifying her status as a top..
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Explainer: How Reuters/Ipsos measured the shift in the way Americans see race

Americans have spent the past three years debating what impact President Donald Trump’s racially charged remarks have had on society.
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For Trump, appeals to white fears about race may be a tougher sell in 2020: Reuters/Ipsos poll

U.S. President Donald Trump's anti-immigrant rhetoric and focus on the grievances of white voters helped him win the 2016 election. But a Reuters analysis of public opinion over the last four years..
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Most Americans expect next mass shooting to happen in next three months: Reuters/Ipsos poll

Nearly half of all Americans expect another mass shooting will happen soon in the United States, according to a Reuters/Ipsos public opinion poll released on Friday, as the nation reels from rampages..
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