We surveyed 1600 people across the US, UK, China and Brazil to find out how much they cared about a range of issues affecting their lives.
We worked with research company Attest to ask 1600 people across 4 markets to tell us which issues they found to be the most important to them. Split into two parts, we asked for unprompted answers to the question, before prompting them with 50 predefined issues.
These prompted issues were ranked on a scale of 5 from ‘one of the most important’ to ‘not important at all’ - each response was assigned a corresponding value to create total scores for each issue, as follows:
|One of the most important||5|
|Not that important||-3|
|Not important at all||-5|
We have presented a topline breakdown of the data at global and market level, as well as total scores, in the table below. However, if you’d like to read our analysis and its implications for brands, we have compiled our findings into a 30 page PDF report, available at the bottom of this page.
To help interpret the data, our report takes a closer look at each issue and how various factors could have led to its global rank, starting from #50. To support the learnings from these findings, we have also peppered in analysis per market, key themes for 2021 and what we can expect in 2022.
Should you be interested in further breakdowns of the Index (eg. issue rankings by gender, household income etc), or want further insights that could benefit your business, please get in touch by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org