More than half of the countries Ipsos researched believes things in their country are on the wrong track.
Ipsos research director Jonathan Dodd talks with Graeme Hill on the results of tens of thousands of opinions gathered from humanity around the world and New Zealand.
The research shows Mexico has the highest percentage of people that worry things aren't right within their own country.
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Why do we like the Commonwealth Games so much? Graeme says they're the dud Olympics, surely.
Lastly, Cognitive Biases - what are social prove tendencies?
The bystander effect, Mr Dodd explains, is when we use other peoples behaviour to justify our own.
Listen to the full audio with Jonathan Dodd above.
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