New Delhi, Jan 7 (IANS): Majority of the people in India and globally expect the global economy to revive and emerge stronger in 2021, according to the Ipsos Predictions 2021 Survey.
An Ipsos statment showed that at least three in four urban Indians (76 per cent) and one in two global citizens (54 per cent) predict the global economy to emerge stronger in 2021.
“At least 9 in 10 global citizens (90 per cent) and urban Indians (88 per cent) adjudge year 2020 to be a bad year. Though majority of global citizens (77 per cent) and urban Indians (84 per cent) are optimistic of 2021 to be a better year for them,” it said.
Amit Adarkar, CEO, Ipsos India noted that 2020 was a difficult year for everyone, with the pandemic impacting jobs, economy and health.
“Urban Indians per se have shown a lot of resilience to brace and fight the pandemic. Now with the vaccine available, there is a glimmer of hope surging for 2021, to turn the tide and ring in better days for the economy and the citizens,” he added.