Ipsos MORI Top Cities 2013
The largest ever global study on the best city to do business in, live in and visit
The Ipsos Cities Survey was conducted online in 24 countries around the world, during February 2013. A total of 18,147 people were asked three questions:
“Based on what you have seen yourself, or heard about from others, which three cities in the world do you think are the best to...(a) do business in (b) live in (c) visit?”
London has been voted one of the world’s favourite cities in the largest ever global survey of its kind by Ipsos MORI, covering 18,000 people in 24 countries.
The Ipsos MORI Cities Index has identified Karachi, Tehran and Tel Aviv as the world's least popular cities to live in, do business in and visit.
Ipsos MORI’s “Top Cities” survey finds New York, London and Paris as clear winners when people around the globe were asked their views on the world’s best cities.
The most striking finding from the Ipsos Top Cities research is that there are a handful of “superbrand” cities write Ben Page and Simon Atkinson in The Guardian.