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Editor’s Note

by // December 4, 2018

Over the past year, we have talked about the trends impacting changes to three of the top areas of consumer spending: housing, transportation and health care. This issue is focused on a fourth key sector: food. Specifically, we have conversations with the difference-makers about how our food gets to us, where that food comes from today and will come from tomorrow. The answers to these seemingly straightforward questions are in a surprising amount of flux. read more »

Editor’s Note

by // March 28, 2018

To get at the human side of transportation, we asked several smart people in the space about the Big Questions they’re asking themselves when they think about the near-ish future. Then Ipsos asked those questions of more than 3,000 people in the U.S. and Canada and thousands more around the globe to get at the answers. read more »

Ready to let go of the wheel?

by // March 28, 2018

Percentage of respondents agreeing with the statement: “I am in favor of self-driving cars and I can’t wait to use them.” Source: Ipsos Global @dvisor survey conducted between November 27 and December 8, 2017 among 21,549 adults in 28 nations continue »

Automated vehicle time usage

by // March 28, 2018

The average American spends 52 minutes a day commuting, mostly by driving a car by themselves. Tack on errands, school drop-offs, and all the other driving we do and it adds up to a significant part of our waking day in transit. Imagine, then, having a car that drives itself. Those who commute by public… continue »