Annual World Survey on Quality of Life and People´s Mood

WIN International, the world’s leading association in market research and polling, has published the Annual WIN World Survey (WWS – 2019). The WWS explores the views and beliefs of 29575 people from 40 countries across the globe on their quality of life and the population’s mood.  The main goal of the WWS is to investigate thoughts, expectations, worries, and perceptions related to relevant topics for…

Annual World Survey Shows That Almost A Quarter of People Consider Themselves Unhealthy

WIN International, the world’s leading association in market research and polling, has published the 2019 WIN World Survey (WWS) exploring the views and beliefs of 29575 people from 40 countries across the globe about health, habits and food consumption. Understanding people’s perceptions of their health becomes increasingly more important during a global health crisis. Questions on healthy habits and how individuals conduct their everyday life…

WWS Shows an Improvement in Gender Equality but There Is Still a Long Way to Achieve it

WIN International, the world’s leading association in market research and polling, has published the 2019 WIN World Survey (WWS) exploring the views and beliefs of 29,274 people from 39 countries across the globe about Gender Equality, Violence, Sexual Harassment and Perception of Equal Pay. Gender Equality at work, in politics, at home, in social settings, and in the media: Compared to 2018, a higher percentage…

WIN World Survey: Data Show High Levels of Concern for Climate Change

WIN International, the world’s leading association in market research and polling, has published the 2019 WIN World Survey (WWS) exploring the views and beliefs of 29368 people from 40 countries across the globe about climate change and global warming. There is a huge majority of people that agree (totally agree plus somewhat agree) in their concern about global warming and climate change. Results show some…

WIN World Survey Results on Voluntary Work and NGOs

WIN International, the world’s leading association in market research and polling, has published the 2019 WIN World Survey (WWS) exploring the views and beliefs of 29368 people from 40 countries across the globe about voluntary work and NGOs. Voluntary Work Compared to the previous year, there is a drop in the figures that show that fewer people are doing voluntary work (from 28.5% to 23.7%).…

Paris: European WIN Meeting 2020

The European WIN Meeting 2020, (W)Innovation that works, was held in Paris last week, on 23-24 January. The event focused on innovation within the market research sector, and many interesting projects and insightful experiences were presented. The event was sponsored by E-Tabs and Synomia. Some direct experiences from Sandrine Seksik (Strategy & Consumer Insight, McDonald’s France Services) were shared: her speech on “Why we need…

WIN APAC Conference 2019

Countries who proudly represent the WIN Network in the APAC region are currently preparing to attend a two day conference on 28th and 29th October 2019, hosted in Sydney by our Australian partner, Bastion Insights. The first day of the conference will focus heavily on knowledge sharing and training with delegates from different APAC regions presenting a topic of interest to the rest of the…

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When do you think people start feeling old all over the world?

During the presentation at the SingularityU Italy Summit in Milan on “Senior and labor market: between expectations and real opportunities”, Vilma Scarpino had the opportunity to present some data from the WIN World Survey 2018. In particular, people around the world declare that they start feeling old after turning 56, with significant differences among all the countries. The large majority believe that the 50th and…

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Market researching: WIN launched the second edition of the WWS

WIN, the world’s leading association in market research and polling, launched the second edition of its international survey, the WIN World Survey (WWS), with the aim of exploring the views and beliefs of its members all over the world. This year we will cover different topics: some as trends from the 2018 (World Health Index, Gender Equality and Voluntary work) and some other are new…