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Vine Kids Survey: Parents Open to New Mobile App Options

Vine Kids Survey: Parents Open to New Mobile App Options

Looping video app Vine is releasing a new app that’s made just for kids. The new standalone app will only feature content that’s appropriate for younger viewers. Since kids and young people often use their parents’ or even their own mobile devices for games and media, having kid-appropriate apps is important. So what do parents think about kid-friendly apps and the possibility of using the Vine Kids app?

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Facebook Usage Survey: Not Many Leaving for Other Platforms

Facebook Usage Survey: Not Many Leaving for Other Platforms

Today is the 11th anniversary of Facebook. Throughout those 11 years, the platform has gone through a lot of changes. Most of those changes brought new users, but others have caused some to leave Facebook in favor of its ever-changing group of competitors. So just how do most people feel about Facebook now? And is the site still moving in the right direction?

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Emoji Survey: Users Want New Rolling Eye Face Most

Emoji Survey: Users Want New Rolling Eye Face Most

This article featured in: Clicks & Conversions Daily 4 Feb 2015

Taco Bell recently started a petition to add a taco emoji to the list of special characters that some people use to express emotion or add interest to their text or social media conversations. It might not seem like a very important cause, but those who use emoji in their everyday texting and/or social media conversations have been trying to get a variety of new emojis added to the list for years. So how prevalent are these special characters? And which new ones would people like to see added?

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Groundhog Day Survey: Few Rely on Groundhog for Accurate Predictions

Groundhog Day Survey: Few Rely on Groundhog for Accurate Predictions

It’s Groundhog Day, the annual holiday where Americans wait for a groundhog to predict the weather. Though few actually believe that Punxsutawney Phil can give an accurate forecast, it’s a tradition that people around the country look forward to. So what do people think about the tradition of Groundhog Day? And what do they think Punxsutawney Phil will have to say?

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Super Bowl Survey: Half Plan to Watch the Big Game, Related Events

Super Bowl Survey: Half Plan to Watch the Big Game, Related Events

This Sunday, people all over the country will tune in to watch the Super Bowl. Whether they watch for the game, the commercials or the halftime show, it’s always a huge event. And for advertisers, it’s one of the most important days of the year. So just how many people are planning to watch the Super Bowl or related events on TV this weekend?

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E-Book Subscriptions Survey: Few Likely to Subscribe to Book Services

E-Book Subscriptions Survey: Few Likely to Subscribe to Book Services

Macmillan Publishers just reached deals with two of the leading e-book subscription services, Oyster and Scribd, meaning Macmillan’s titles will now be available to subscribers. These services are part of a growing trend that’s similar to things like Netflix and Spotify, but for e-books. How many are interested in these e-book subscriptions?

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Data Privacy Survey: Constant Connection Leads to Privacy Concerns

Data Privacy Survey: Constant Connection Leads to Privacy Concerns

Americans are constantly connected to the internet, whether on their computers, smartphones or other devices. But that constant connection has led to concerns about privacy. And since today is Data Privacy Day, it’s a perfect time to evaluate those concerns and consider action to better protect online data. So just how many people have concerns about data privacy? And what steps do they take to protect their data?

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Email Inbox Survey: Most Can Get Overwhelmed by Their Inbox

Email Inbox Survey: Most Can Get Overwhelmed by Their Inbox

It’s Clean Out Your Inbox Week, meaning it’s the perfect time to purge your email inbox of all those old messages and unnecessary newsletters. Keeping up with emails can sometimes be a big chore, but it has also become a part of daily life for many people. So just how do people feel about their email inboxes?

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Google Phones Survey: Customers Open to Potential New Options

Google Phones Survey: Customers Open to Potential New Options

According to some reports, Google is working on its own wireless network. So customers may soon be able to buy actual Google phones, rather than just phones that run the Android operating system on another carrier’s service. How many consumers are interested in getting their wireless service through Google?

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Sick Leave Survey: Most Support Businesses Offering Paid Sick Leave

Sick Leave Survey: Most Support Businesses Offering Paid Sick Leave

Earlier this week, President Obama delivered the annual State of the Union address. He talked about a variety of topics, but one that caught a lot of attention was his call for all workplaces to allow employees to earn paid sick leave. Currently, there is no law requiring businesses to offer paid sick leave, and many part-time and service industry workers don’t have the option. So how many might this plan impact? And how many support the idea?

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Tax Refunds Survey: New Wal-Mart Program Could Benefit Some Workers

Tax Refunds Survey: New Wal-Mart Program Could Benefit Some Workers

Wal-Mart recently announced a program that will allow people to pick up their tax refunds in cash at the company’s stores. Receiving tax refunds via check or direct deposit isn’t the best option for those workers who don’t have bank accounts. So the company is offering this as a free option this tax season (though tax preparers might charge up to $7 to arrange the payment). How many are likely to take advantage of this option? And might it help Wal-Mart’s image this tax season?

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Google Glass Survey: New Model Could Increase Interest Slightly

Google Glass Survey: New Model Could Increase Interest Slightly

Google has stopped producing the current model of its Google Glass wearable device. The company created a lot of buzz around the product, which is basically a small computer mounted on a headgear. But industry experts still believe that Glass has a long way to go before being widely accepted. So how many took advantage of the first wave of Google Glass? And how many are likely to do so in the future?

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Jobs Survey: Americans Split Over Job Market Future

Jobs Survey: Americans Split Over Job Market Future

Reports are suggesting that the job market is continuing to improve for US workers. But the progress is still a little too slow for many. And a lot of the jobs being offered don’t pay as well as the might have before the recession. So how do Americans feel about the current job market and the progress being made?

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Customer Appreciation Survey: Google, Apple Among Top Brands

Customer Appreciation Survey: Google, Apple Among Top Brands

Understanding customers and appreciating them is an important part of keeping them happy. And since today is Get to Know Your Customers Day, it’s a great time for businesses to examine how they learn about and appreciate their most loyal customers. So what do people think about the importance of these practices? And which brands do the best job of getting to know their customers and appreciating them?

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Pet Products Survey: Specialty Items Gaining Popularity

Pet Products Survey: Specialty Items Gaining Popularity

People love buying things for their pets. In the past, most people would simply buy food and maybe some treats for their furry friends. But now, pet care is a huge industry, complete with clothes, designer brands, organic food, and plenty of other specialty items. Today is even Dress Up Your Pet Day, a holiday designed to celebrate pet outfits and costumes. So just how popular are these specialty pet items?

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Radio Listening Survey: Listeners Still Lean Toward Traditional Radio

Radio Listening Survey: Listeners Still Lean Toward Traditional Radio

Today is Public Radio Broadcasting Day. Public radio, along with all traditional radio, has changed a lot in recent years. Online and streaming radio has become increasingly popular, which could certainly have an impact on radio listening habits. So just how much has online radio impacted traditional radio listening habits?

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Fast Charging Phones Survey: Most Consumers Interested in New Options

Fast Charging Phones Survey: Most Consumers Interested in New Options

At the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show last week, a startup called Storedot showed off a phone charger that could get smartphones to full power about 100 times faster than current phone chargers. Battery life has been an issue for many smartphone users. And it seems to be getting continuously more difficult as phones get bigger and more sophisticated. Though the chargers aren’t actually available yet, will there be a strong market for them someday?

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Flip Phones Survey: Consumers Unlikely to Support Comeback

Flip Phones Survey: Consumers Unlikely to Support Comeback

Smartphones have grown massively in popularity over the past several years, pushing out the former king of cell phones – the flip phone. But now, it seems that flip phones might be making a comeback. A handful of famous actresses, designers and other celebrities have been spotted with retro style flip phones in recent weeks. But would everyday consumers be open to a flip phone comeback?

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Walkman Survey: Most Have Fond Memories of the Classic Brand

Walkman Survey: Most Have Fond Memories of the Classic Brand

The Walkman is making a comeback. Sony is working to revive the classic brand with a new high-quality music player. The new Walkman costs more than $1,100, and plays music at a very high resolution. Are consumers willing to pay extra for sound quality? And is it possible for Walkman to make a comeback?

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Selfie Stick Survey: Most Have Taken Selfies, Don’t See Need for Selfie Stick

Selfie Stick Survey: Most Have Taken Selfies, Don’t See Need for Selfie Stick

A few years ago, most people had never heard of the term, “selfie.” But now, selfies have become a huge part of popular culture, so much so that some companies are even selling selfie sticks, which are basically extendable poles that can attach to phones or cameras to better facilitate selfie-taking. So just how many people see the value in these selfie sticks? And how relevant might they become?

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New Year’s Resolution Survey: Most Will Seek Help With Resolutions

New Year’s Resolution Survey: Most Will Seek Help With Resolutions

It’s the time of year when many people set goals or resolutions for the year ahead. Each year, people seem to get motivated by the fresh start of a new year. But how long does that motivation keep going? And just how prominent are new year’s resolutions in 2015 compared with previous years?

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Weigh-ins Survey: Tracking Progress Important for Reaching Goals

Weigh-ins Survey: Tracking Progress Important for Reaching Goals

Today is National Weigh-In Day. It’s also one of the most popular days of the year for Americans to weigh-in, since it’s the first Monday after New Year’s Day. As many people work on their new year’s resolutions of getting in shape or losing weight, weighing in might play a big role. So how often do people normally weigh themselves? And do they consider it a big part of their resolutions?

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Personal Trainers Survey: Not Many Have Used Personal Training Services

Personal Trainers Survey: Not Many Have Used Personal Training Services

Today is Personal Trainer Awareness day. And since it’s also the start of a new year, many people might be interested in utilizing personal trainer services as part of their new year’s resolutions. Having a personal trainer can help people learn about different techniques and also keep them accountable for their exercise routines. So how many people have ever used a personal trainer? And how many would like to?

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Gift Returns Survey: Returning Online Orders Considered Inconvenient

Gift Returns Survey: Returning Online Orders Considered Inconvenient

After the holidays, malls and stores around the world are bombarded with shoppers looking to return or exchange the gifts they received from friends and loved ones. Gift returns can sometimes be complicated or inconvenient, but now consumers at least have a few options for doing so. So how many consumers have to make gift returns this year?

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Bacon Survey: Consumption Decreasing in Recent Years

Bacon Survey: Consumption Decreasing in Recent Years

Today is Bacon day, a holiday that celebrates one of America’s favorite food items. It seems that bacon has become even more popular, if not more of a novelty, over the past couple of years. But have people’s eating habits changed at all? And what do people generally think about the food item?

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