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65% Indians (like most global citizens) want prevention of casualties of civilians to take precedence over country’s interest: Ipsos Human Rights Survey

MUMBAI: According to a new survey by Ipsos, in partnership with the Policy Institute at King’s College, London, titled, ‘Age of Impunity – Global Attitudes to Human Rights - 65% Indians believe that avoiding civilian casualties should take precedence over country’s interest. 

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News18 Network Brings the Biggest Exit Poll for General Elections

As the political battle for the most fiercely contested General Elections draws to a close, News18 Network with IPSOS as research partner will present the largest Exit Poll to its viewers.

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Q1 2019 revenue: €422.1 million up +15.0% Quarterly organic growth: 2.4%

During the first quarter of 2019, Ipsos reached a record high generating revenue of €422.1 million, which represents a 15% increase on the same period last year.

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62% Indians perceive Automation positively; hail, as an enabler: Ipsos-WEF Global Citizen & Automation Survey

3 in 5 Indians (62%) view the impact of Automation positively, placing India 2nd in the pecking order among the 26 markets covered in the survey (surpassed by China, with 64% Chinese endorsing the positive impact of Automation).

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55%Urban Indians bat for listening to opposing views on politics: BBC Crossing Divides Global Survey

The BBC Crossing Divides Global Surveyshows that while politics maybe a thorny issue, unlike popular perception, over half of urban Indians polled (55%) believe that it is important for them to listen to people with different views on politics, even if they disagree with them.

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