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Google Mobile Survey: Customers Mostly Satisfied With Android Options

Google Mobile Survey: Customers Mostly Satisfied With Android Options

Google just sold Motorola Mobility less than two years after originally purchasing it. This shift has led many to believe that Google’s mobile strategy is changing so that Google will focus more on existing Android devices rather than creating its own smartphones. What do people think about the current Android options and about Google mobile in general?

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Super Bowl Commercials Survey: Viewers Disappointed in Quality of Ads

Super Bowl Commercials Survey: Viewers Disappointed in Quality of Ads

People around the country tuned in for the Super Bowl yesterday. Some fans took to social media to complain about the seemingly non-competitive game. But many also complained about the quality of commercials this year. Where they actually worse than the commercials displayed in previous years? And what do viewers think about the effectiveness of these ads?

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Super Bowl Survey: More Than Half Plan to Watch Related Coverage

Super Bowl Survey: More Than Half Plan to Watch Related Coverage

The 2014 Super Bowl will take place this weekend, at which point many Americans will gather around their TVs and root on their favorite teams. But Super Bowl Sunday isn’t just about the football anymore. Just as many people tune in to see halftime, commercials, and other specials related to the game. So just how many plan to watch this year compared with previous years?

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State of the Union Survey: Viewers Give Speech a B Grade

State of the Union Survey: Viewers Give Speech a B Grade

President Obama delivered the annual State of the Union address this week, where he spoke about many of the issues concerning the American people. How do viewers feel about the issues and how he addressed them? And how do they feel overall about the state of the country?

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Nutrition Labels Survey: Shoppers Care About Calories More Than Other Factors

Nutrition Labels Survey: Shoppers Care About Calories More Than Other Factors

The US Food and Drug Administration has announced plans to update nutrition labels on packaged foods this year. These labels have been around for decades to give shoppers a better idea about the nutrition and calories in their food options. But how big of an impact do these labels have on buying decisions? And what are the most important aspects they look for on nutrition labels?

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Postal Rates Survey: Increase Could Change How Often Many People Mail

Postal Rates Survey: Increase Could Change How Often Many People Mail

The price of stamps rose by from 46 cents to 49 cents this week, which is the largest increase in consumer postage prices in over a decade. Even though fewer people are using traditional mail to send letters and pay bills, the change could still impact millions. How many people will be affected by this change? And how could it impact their mailing habits?

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Mac Computers Survey: Most Buyers Still Own Mac Computers

Mac Computers Survey: Most Buyers Still Own Mac Computers

Apple’s first Mac computer was released 30 years ago this week. Since that very first introduction, which included an iconic commercial during the 1984 Super Bowl, Mac computers have evolved and grown. So how many consumers have owned Apple computers at some point over the past 30 years? And how have they stacked up against the competition?

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EBay Survey: PayPal Could Positively Impact Brand Perception

EBay Survey: PayPal Could Positively Impact Brand Perception

Shares of online auction site eBay jumped this week after an investor suggested the brand separate from PayPal. EBay said that it has explored the possibility before, but chose not to. How could such a split impact business and brand perception? How do consumers view the two brands separately?

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Mobile TV Survey: Majority Interested in Potential Cable Options

Mobile TV Survey: Majority Interested in Potential Cable Options

Verizon recently purchased Intel’s OnCue television service, which could potentially allow customers to watch cable channels on more devices other than just their home TV. So how popular is mobile TV and how many would be interested in these types of subscriptions in the future?

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Mobile Gaming Survey: Gamers Interested in Mobile Versions of Classic Games

Mobile Gaming Survey: Gamers Interested in Mobile Versions of Classic Games

Mobile gaming has become increasingly popular in recent years, so much so that it’s been suggested that even games traditionally found on regular gaming consoles should create mobile versions. Most recently, Nintendo has recorded struggling sales numbers, and experts believe making some classic game titles available on mobile could help. But what do gamers think about the idea? And just how popular is mobile gaming?

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Weather Updates Survey: Online Forecasts More Popular Than TV

Weather Updates Survey: Online Forecasts More Popular Than TV

During the recent winter vortex, people around the country relied on various news outlets and websites to provide them with updates and forecasts about the weather. But certain DirecTV customers were unable to access The Weather Channel, arguably the most popular provider of these forecasts. How many people rely on The Weather Channel and similar outlets for weather updates?

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Facebook Trending Survey: Few Posts Would Fall Under Trending Topics

Facebook Trending Survey: Few Posts Would Fall Under Trending Topics

Facebook just launched a new feature similar to Twitter’s trending topics. A feed located on users’ homepages shows a selection of trending events, news items, and other topics that are widely discussed on the site. How many users are interested in such a feature? And how many notice similar features on other social media sites?

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Smart Vehicles Survey: Smart Features More Useful Than Worrisome

Smart Vehicles Survey: Smart Features More Useful Than Worrisome

Like many other types of technology, cars are getting smarter. Many new models come equipped with built-in GPS devices, calling abilities, and other smart features. But some people have expressed worry that these “smart” cars can collect information like location and speed, and potentially result in things like speeding tickets without the driver’s knowledge. How many people own these smart vehicles, and do they worry about privacy issues at all?

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Twitter Website Survey: New Design Could Increase Tweets

Twitter Website Survey: New Design Could Increase Tweets

The online version of Twitter is getting a makeover. The new look is mostly cosmetic and will help the Twitter website look more in line with its mobile apps. The one change in user experience is the compose box, which will no longer prompt a pop-up box, in the hopes that it will get more users to actually tweet rather than just browsing tweets from others. What do people think about the website’s design and functionality? And is there room for improvement?

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Healthy Eating Survey: Habits Not Very Different From Last Year

Healthy Eating Survey: Habits Not Very Different From Last Year

This time of year, Americans around the country are trying to keep their new year’s resolutions. Many of these resolutions, 63% according to a survey earlier this January, are related to health and healthy eating. But not all Americans have the same access to healthy options at their local shops and restaurants. How satisfied are consumers with the options in their area and their own eating habits?

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Yelp Reviews Survey: Court Ruling Could Impact Majority of Reviewers

Yelp Reviews Survey: Court Ruling Could Impact Majority of Reviewers

A court in Virginia recently ruled that online reviews site Yelp must reveal the names of certain reviewers who left negative comments about a local business on the site. Privacy advocates worry that could deter people from leaving honest feedback in the future. How many people have used Yelp to leave or read business reviews? And how could this ruling impact future reviews?

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Email Privacy Survey: Users Find New Gmail Policy Controversial

Email Privacy Survey: Users Find New Gmail Policy Controversial

Gmail recently changed one of its privacy policies. It will now allow Google+ users to send emails to other users without actually having their email addresses. This has drawn some criticism from privacy advocates. But what do actual users think? And how many people would be affected?

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Online News Survey: Online Readers More Likely to Also Read Print

Online News Survey: Online Readers More Likely to Also Read Print

The New York Times recently underwent a full redesign of its website, which is yet another signal of the importance of online news even to traditional media outlets. Online news has been steadily growing in popularity over the past several years, while more traditional news forms have been declining. So just how much of an impact has online news had on these traditional media outlets?

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Economic Outlook Survey: Many Opinions Not Improving

Economic Outlook Survey: Many Opinions Not Improving

The US economy continues to be a major issue for people around the country. Though some are claiming that the situation is improving, others aren’t as confident. How have attitudes about the economy changed over the past year? And what are the biggest concerns regarding the economic outlook?

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Winter Storms Survey: More Than Half Prepared for Cold Temps This Week

Winter Storms Survey: More Than Half Prepared for Cold Temps This Week

Winter storms have spread across much of the country this week, with plummeting temperatures and large snow accumulation. People in affected areas have had to miss work, cancel travel plans, and even find alternative heat or shelter. So just how many people have been impacted by these storms? And what measures have they had to take to stay warm?

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Cell Phone Transfers Survey: Most Satisfied With Current Providers

Cell Phone Transfers Survey: Most Satisfied With Current Providers

Wireless carrier AT&T is currently offering up to $450 to T-Mobile customers who transfer over their cell phone service and trade in their old device. This isn’t the first time a cell phone company has offered incentives to encourage transfers, but it is one of the largest in recent memory. How many mobile customers are actually interested in making a switch?

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Smart Homes Survey: Smart Appliances Gaining Interest

Smart Homes Survey: Smart Appliances Gaining Interest

The concept of a “smart home” with automated appliances, locks, and other features has been around for decades, but still hasn’t quite been realized. However, some tech companies have taken a step in that direction by creating smart appliances and apps that allow users to control features of their home remotely or have them automated. How many consumers have used such features, and how many would be interested in them in the future?

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Netflix Streaming Survey: Price Not an Issue for Many Existing Users

Netflix Streaming Survey: Price Not an Issue for Many Existing Users

Netflix recently enacted a new price for its streaming service among new users. The monthly fee is now a dollar less for those just signing up. The company says it is just testing the new price, and hasn’t offered it to existing customers yet. But will a lower price really entice that many new users? And how might it impact existing ones?

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New Year’s Resolutions Survey: Health Related Goals Most Popular Again

New Year’s Resolutions Survey: Health Related Goals Most Popular Again

At the beginning of each year, many people set goals or resolutions for the year ahead. These can range from diets to personal achievements to breaking bad habits. But not all who set these goals are able to keep them throughout the year. How many are going to set new year’s resolutions this year? And how many were able to keep their resolutions last year?

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New Year’s Eve Survey: Few Celebrating This Year Compared With Past Years

New Year’s Eve Survey: Few Celebrating This Year Compared With Past Years

New Year’s Eve is a popular holiday for people who enjoy looking back on the past year and beginning a new chapter the following day on New Year’s Day. But there are many different ways people choose to celebrate these holidays. What are the most popular celebrations this year compared with previous years?

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