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Holiday Advertising Survey: Nearly Half Have Bought Products Because of Holiday Ads

Holiday Advertising Survey: Nearly Half Have Bought Products Because of Holiday Ads

It’s the time of year when a good portion of advertisements are focused on the holiday season. Holiday themed ads can help promote sales, give customers gift ideas, and just increase brand awareness in general. So what do consumers think about the power of holiday advertising? And just how much of it have they noticed this year?

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Google for Kids Survey: Most Parents Interested in New Offerings

Google for Kids Survey: Most Parents Interested in New Offerings

Google is working on developing a new version of some of its products. The new versions are intended for kids ages 12 and under. They will give kids a safe and appropriate way to search, use the Google Chrome browser, and even watch videos on YouTube. So how many parents are interested in having these Google for Kids products for their children?

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Captchas Survey: Users Prefer Checkbox Method

Captchas Survey: Users Prefer Checkbox Method

Google is doing away with its use of Captchas, or blurry text fields, to distinguish human users from robots. The search giant has found that captchas no longer deter robots like they used to. So now it is using a new strategy instead. But what do users think about captchas? And might they be more in favor of a newer method?

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Cookie Survey: People Buy More Cookies Over the Holidays

Cookie Survey: People Buy More Cookies Over the Holidays

Today is National Cookie Day. It’s also the holiday season, a time when many people tend to bake themed desserts and serve cookies at family gatherings. As one of the most loved desserts, cookies come in so many different forms and from so many different brands. So what are the most popular brands? And how often do people typically buy them?

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Shopping Holidays Survey: Cyber Monday Shoppers Most Satisfied With Deals

Shopping Holidays Survey: Cyber Monday Shoppers Most Satisfied With Deals

This past weekend, people around the country celebrated a few different shopping related “holidays,” such as Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Small Business Saturday. Many people even consider these days to be the official start to the holiday season. So how many people participated in these shopping holidays this year? And are they likely to do so in the future?

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Shopping Apps Survey: Mobile Shoppers Increasing Significantly

Shopping Apps Survey: Mobile Shoppers Increasing Significantly

Shopping methods have changed over the past several years. People went from mainly shopping in stores to shopping online. And now they’re shifting over to shopping on their mobile devices. Mobile apps are certainly part of that equation. So how many people currently use shopping apps? And how much have they grown in recent years?

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Cyber Monday Survey: Online Shoppers Not Increasing This Year

Cyber Monday Survey: Online Shoppers Not Increasing This Year

Online shopping has become much more popular in recent years, so much so that Cyber Monday sales now rival those of Black Friday. As one of the most popular online shopping days of the year, sales have grown steadily for major online retailers and small businesses alike. So just how much has Cyber Monday grown? And how prominent is online shopping in general?

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Black Friday Shopping Survey: Crowds Expected to Hold Steady

Black Friday Shopping Survey: Crowds Expected to Hold Steady

Black Friday shoppers are out in full force today, looking for deals from some of the nation’s biggest retailers. However, some have predicted a smaller Black Friday crowd this year thanks to factors like online shopping and stores opening on Thanksgiving Day. So how much have these factors impacted Black Friday shopping?

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Thanksgiving Shopping Survey: Few Interested in Early Shopping

Thanksgiving Shopping Survey: Few Interested in Early Shopping

Throughout the years, Black Friday shopping has become a tradition for many Americans. But over the past couple of years, that shopping experience has moved earlier and earlier. Now, many large stores have started opening in the early evening hours of Thanksgiving Day. However, that means that more retail workers will have to miss their family celebrations. So what do people think about Thanksgiving shopping?

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Facebook at Work Survey: New Platform Could Impact Usage

Facebook at Work Survey: New Platform Could Impact Usage

Rumors are circulating about a new Facebook offering called “Facebook at Work.” The product would include features like newsfeeds, groups, chat, and document collaboration, along with individual profiles that are completely separate from personal Facebook accounts. This would put Facebook in direct competition with collaboration solutions like Google Drive and LinkedIn. But how many are interested in using Facebook at Work? And how many currently use the social network at their place of business?

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Thanksgiving Travel Survey: Few Letting Travel Costs Impact Plans

Thanksgiving Travel Survey: Few Letting Travel Costs Impact Plans

This week, many Americans will hit the road to spend Thanksgiving with friends and family. It’s traditionally been one of the most popular travel weeks of the year. But recently, some have avoided traveling too much due to increasing travel costs. So are any people changing their travel plans this year?

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Samsung Phones Survey: Shoppers Like Having a Variety of Options

Samsung Phones Survey: Shoppers Like Having a Variety of Options

Samsung is rethinking its smartphone strategy. The tech company has experienced some slumping sales as of late, and many think that is due, at least in part, to Samsung’s overabundance of different smartphone options. The company released 52 different smartphone models in 2014 alone. Apple, by comparison, only unveiled two. So could this strategy of having so many different phone models be hurting Samsung?

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Facebook Groups Survey: Few Interested in New Standalone App

Facebook Groups Survey: Few Interested in New Standalone App

Facebook recently announced a new standalone mobile app, which will focus on the platform’s Groups feature. Currently, Facebook Groups are accessible on the main Facebook mobile app, but the feature is somewhat buried. So for those users who spend a lot of time in Groups, it could be a welcome addition. What do Facebook users think about the accessibility of Groups on mobile devices? And how many will use the new mobile app?

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American Made Survey: Majority Feel That American Products are High Quality

American Made Survey: Majority Feel That American Products are High Quality

Buying American made products has become increasingly important for some American consumers. But in many cases, buying these products has also become more expensive. So for National American Made Matters Day, we asked some shoppers what they think about buying American made products. Do people think it’s important, and will they go out of their way to do so?

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Spotify Survey: Most Consider Streaming Good for Music Industry

Spotify Survey: Most Consider Streaming Good for Music Industry

Music streaming service Spotify has recently been involved in some controversy. Taylor Swift pulled her music from the service after reportedly being paid less than she was supposed to make from the site’s royalties over the past year. Music streaming services have gained popularity in recent years. But do consumers think that these services are good for the music industry? And how satisfied are Spotify users overall?

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Unfriending Survey: Brands More Likely Than Individuals to Get Unfriended

Unfriending Survey: Brands More Likely Than Individuals to Get Unfriended

As social networking sites and apps gain popularity, so have the amount of virtual “friends” people claim. But there is a limit for pretty much everyone. And at some point, those “friends” might even get unfriended or unfollowed. It’s become such a phenomenon, in fact, that today has been dubbed “National Unfriend Day.” So just how many people have taken advantage of the unfriending option on social media? And what types of accounts are they most likely to unfriend?

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College Degrees Survey: Most Graduates Satisfied With Their Education

College Degrees Survey: Most Graduates Satisfied With Their Education

College degrees have become increasingly important for American professionals. But with the increased cost of higher education, some are beginning to doubt whether those degrees are really worth it. So just how many people have college degrees? And how many feel that those degrees have paid off for them?

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Kindness Survey: People More Likely to Consider Themselves Kind Than Others

Kindness Survey: People More Likely to Consider Themselves Kind Than Others

Today is World Kindness Day. It’s a day that’s intended to encourage random acts of kindness and a general increase in kindness around the world. In general, how do people feel about their own kindness and that of the people around them? And are there any locations where kindness is practiced more than others?

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Arctic Blast Survey: Most Are Preparing for Extreme Winter Weather

Arctic Blast Survey: Most Are Preparing for Extreme Winter Weather

An arctic blast is slated to hit many US states this week. After the polar vortex that impacted most of the country last winter, many are likely concerned about the impact such a weather event could have. So how many are preparing for the winter early this year? And how many expect to see extreme weather events again this winter?

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Young Readers Survey: Young Readers Likely to Enjoy Reading as Adults

Young Readers Survey: Young Readers Likely to Enjoy Reading as Adults

Today is National Young Readers Day. Teaching a love of reading to kids is certainly considered an important part of education. But exactly how important can it be? Are young readers more likely to grow into adults who also enjoy reading? And generally how much do reading habits change from childhood to adulthood?

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Congressional Approval Survey: Not Many Optimistic About Upcoming Term

Congressional Approval Survey: Not Many Optimistic About Upcoming Term

This week’s elections brought a shift in power among members of congress. Congressional approval ratings have been quite low over the past several years. So could this shift bring about a change in approval? And did congressional approval ratings impact voter turnout at all during this past election?

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Space Tourism Survey: Accidents Increasing Safety Concerns

Space Tourism Survey: Accidents Increasing Safety Concerns

Last week, two separate experimental consumer spaceships crashed. One caused fatalities and injuries, and both caused some concern about the safety of a potential space tourism industry. While there aren’t currently any shuttles that regularly transport paying customers outside the earth’s atmosphere, plenty of companies are working on making that a reality. So how many people are interested in space tourism? And did last week’s events impact those opinions at all?

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Junk Mail Survey: Amount of Mail Not Declining

Junk Mail Survey: Amount of Mail Not Declining

Marketing has changed a lot over the years. What once required sending tangible mail to large groups of people can now be conveyed via email or in specifically targeted social media ads or posts. So does this change mean that people now receive less junk mail on a daily basis? And how do these new methods measure up with actual mail in terms of results?

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Midterm Elections Survey: More People Tend to Vote in Presidential Elections

Midterm Elections Survey: More People Tend to Vote in Presidential Elections

People around the country are heading to the polls today to cast their votes in this year’s midterm elections. In general, midterm elections aren’t usually as well attended as presidential elections. So how many are planning to vote in this election? And do people think that midterm and local elections are as important as presidential elections?

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Daylight Savings Time Survey: Few Would Choose to Practice DST

Daylight Savings Time Survey: Few Would Choose to Practice DST

This past weekend, people in certain states across the country had to set their clocks back an hour, marking the end of Daylight Savings Time. The practice was originally intended to cut down on energy use, as it would allow people to keep their lights off for longer during the day. However, some people have argued that the practice no longer serves much of a practical purpose. So how many people like the idea of Daylight Savings Time? And do they think it achieves its original purpose?

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