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Thanksgiving Shopping Survey: Some Not Happy About Shopping Hours

Thanksgiving Shopping Survey: Some Not Happy About Shopping Hours

Thanksgiving is one week away. For most Americans, that means family gatherings, turkey, football, parades and other celebrations. But for others, it’s an opportunity to get an early start on Black Friday shopping. However, some people don’t like the idea of stores opening on Thanksgiving and making employees miss out on their own celebrations. So how many people plan to shop on Thanksgiving this year? And how many don’t like the idea of Thanksgiving shopping at all?

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iPad Pro Survey: About Half Interested in Hybrid Devices

iPad Pro Survey: About Half Interested in Hybrid Devices

The long awaited release of the iPad Pro is finally here. The high-end tablet offers many of the features of both tablets and laptops, making it a sort of hybrid device to challenge other big names in the market like the Microsoft Surface device. So how many consumers are interested in a laptop tablet hybrid? And how many are likely to choose the new iPad Pro?

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Entrepreneurship Survey: Many More Interested in Business Ownership

Entrepreneurship Survey: Many More Interested in Business Ownership

Today is National Entrepreneurship Day, a day created to celebrate entrepreneurs and encourage other interested people to start their own business ventures. Entrepreneurship can be a challenging journey, but also a rewarding one for a lot of people. So how many people currently consider themselves entrepreneurs? And how many are interested in doing so in the future?

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Fraud Awareness Survey: Concerns Could Impact Holiday Shopping

Fraud Awareness Survey: Concerns Could Impact Holiday Shopping

This week is known as Fraud Awareness Week. And with the holiday shopping season coming up, fraud is a big concern for many people. Things like credit card use and online shopping can potentially lead to fraud or security incidents. So how many people are taking steps to protect their information? And how many are changing their shopping habits due to concerns about fraud?

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Friday the 13th Survey: Not Many Consider Themselves Superstitious

Friday the 13th Survey: Not Many Consider Themselves Superstitious

Today is Friday the 13th, a day known for being less than lucky among those with superstitions. But it’s also become somewhat of a holiday, even extending into some business sales and promotions. How many consider themselves to be superstitious and how many of those superstitions extend to Friday the 13th?

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Peanut Butter Survey: Classic PB More Popular Than Alternatives

Peanut Butter Survey: Classic PB More Popular Than Alternatives

November is National Peanut Butter Lovers Month. Since peanut butter is a favorite ingredient in everything from sandwiches to candy, we asked people about their peanut butter eating habits and their favorite foods that include it. How many people prefer the traditional pb&j over desserts like cookies and candy? And how many prefer alternatives to peanut butter?

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Starbucks Cups Survey: New Cups Unlikely to Really Impact Sales

Starbucks Cups Survey: New Cups Unlikely to Really Impact Sales

Starbucks made headlines recently by unveiling a new plain red cup design for the holiday season, rather than one with Christmas themed symbols like the company has used in past years. This move has elicited strong opinions, both positive and negative. So what do people think about the Starbucks cups and about holiday marketing and branding in general?

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NaNoWriMo Survey: Accountability Can Help Many Achieve Goals

NaNoWriMo Survey: Accountability Can Help Many Achieve Goals

November is National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo, a monthlong event that encourages writers to complete an entire novel over the course of a month. Participants are encouraged to share their progress and offer motivation and accountability to their fellow writers. So how many plan to participate in NaNoWriMo this year and in the future?

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Daily Deals Survey: Few Likely to Subscribe in the Future

Daily Deals Survey: Few Likely to Subscribe in the Future

Amazon recently announced that it will close its daily deals service, Amazon Local. The service, which rivaled the likes of Groupon and LivingSocial, struggled in recent years. But the other players are struggling as well. Could this once thriving industry be on its way out? How many still subscribe to services like Groupon and Amazon Local and how many actually purchase deals?

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Movember Survey: Current Participants Likely to Continue

Movember Survey: Current Participants Likely to Continue

Movember is becoming an increasingly popular movement during the month of November each year. The foundation behind Movember encourages people to spread awareness and raise funds for men’s health issues. For some men, this means growing mustaches throughout the month to get people talking. But the foundation has also started a month-long fitness challenge to help others get involved as well. So what do people think about Movember? And how many are likely to participate?

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Twitter Hearts Survey: Stars More Popular on Twitter

Twitter Hearts Survey: Stars More Popular on Twitter

Twitter caught the attention of many of its users yesterday when it changed the symbol for favoriting tweets from a star to a heart. It may seem like a small change. But plenty of Twitter users seemed to have strong opinions in one way or the other. So how many prefer Twitter hearts over stars and vice versa? And how do those opinions compare with those of other social media users?

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Early Holiday Shopping Survey: Early Shoppers Likely to Go Online

Early Holiday Shopping Survey: Early Shoppers Likely to Go Online

It’s about that time when people around the country are starting to get serious about their holiday gift shopping. While the traditional start of the holiday shopping season is thought to be the day after Thanksgiving, it seems that shoppers and businesses are increasingly focusing on earlier efforts. So how many people are taking part in early holiday shopping? And how might that impact businesses?

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Election Day Survey: Local Elections Receive Smaller Turnout

Election Day Survey: Local Elections Receive Smaller Turnout

Today is election day in communities across the US. While it’s not a high profile presidential election, there are plenty of local candidates and issues for voters to consider in their respective cities and states. So how many people make a point to go vote in local elections versus national ones? And how might voter turnout look for today’s election?

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Daylight Savings Survey: People Split Over Effects of Time Change

Daylight Savings Survey: People Split Over Effects of Time Change

Over the weekend, most Americans got an extra hour of sleep due to the end of Daylight Savings Time. The time adjustment was originally created to help people save energy by using less artificial light throughout the day. But some people don’t see the point of Daylight Savings Time anymore, and would rather all states just stick to the same system all year round. So what do people think about Daylight Savings in general? And how many would be in favor of a change?

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Halloween Survey: Candy Likely to Be Most Popular Purchase

Halloween Survey: Candy Likely to Be Most Popular Purchase

Halloween is taking place this weekend. As one of the most popular holidays throughout the year, there are plenty of different ways for people of all ages to celebrate. And as such, there are plenty of different things that people might need to buy. So how many are planning to celebrate Halloween in various ways this year? And what companies are most likely to provide all the celebratory items they may need?

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Processed Meat Survey: Report Could Impact Eating Habits

Processed Meat Survey: Report Could Impact Eating Habits

The World Health Organization released a report this week saying that processed meats like bacon and sausage can increase cancer risk. While those food items are popular among a lot of people, such a report could have an impact on future eating habits. So how many currently eat processed meat products like those cited in the report? And how many are likely to continue eating them knowing the risks?

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Chocolate Survey: More Than Half Likely to Purchase Halloween Chocolates

Chocolate Survey: More Than Half Likely to Purchase Halloween Chocolates

Today is National Chocolate Day. And with Halloween taking place later in the week as well, it’s definitely one of the most popular times of year for people to stock up on their favorite chocolate candy and other treats. So just how many people consider themselves to be big chocolate fans? And how many are likely to stock up on their favorite treats this Halloween?

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Teal Pumpkin Survey: Majority Like Idea of Including Non Food Items

Teal Pumpkin Survey: Majority Like Idea of Including Non Food Items

Trick-or-treating is one of the most loved traditions for families each Halloween. But there’s one group that can feel a bit left out – those with food allergies. That’s why this year, some people are banding together to support the Teal Pumpkin Project, a movement aimed at helping kids with food allergies enjoy Halloween without worrying about what might be in the treats they collect. So how many people plan on handing out non food items for trick-or-treating this year? And how many might do so in the future?

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New Emoji Survey: Rolling Eye Face Named a New Favorite

New Emoji Survey: Rolling Eye Face Named a New Favorite

In the latest iOS update, iPhone users received a decent selection of new emoji characters, including a taco, a unicorn, a robot, a rolling eye face, and even a middle finger. This is the second emoji update in the last six months. So what do iPhone users think about the new emoji characters? And which ones would they still like to see in future updates?

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Seafood Survey: Red Lobster Named Favorite Restaurant

Seafood Survey: Red Lobster Named Favorite Restaurant

October is National Seafood month. And while there are some people who really don’t enjoy any kind of seafood, it’s still a very popular category among shops and restaurants throughout the world. So what are people’s thoughts on fish, shrimp, lobster and other favorites? And what are their favorite places to get their seafood favorites?

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Halloween Advertising Survey: Candy Brands Win Big with Ads

Halloween Advertising Survey: Candy Brands Win Big with Ads

With Halloween right around the corner, brands big and small are using the holiday to appeal to customers in advertisements. Halloween advertising has become one of the most popular themes for marketers throughout the entire year. So what do consumers think about these themed ads? And which brands celebrate the holiday best?

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Amazon Handmade Survey: New Platform Could Increase Buyers

Amazon Handmade Survey: New Platform Could Increase Buyers

Amazon is getting into the handmade market. The ecommerce giant recently announced a new online marketplace specifically for independent artisans to sell their handmade goods. This represents one of the first major competitors for Etsy since the popular handmade marketplace went public earlier this year. So how many plan to shop on Amazon Handmade? And how could it impact sites like Etsy?

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Facebook Reactions Survey: Users Excited About New Feature

Facebook Reactions Survey: Users Excited About New Feature

Facebook recently started testing a new feature that it hopes will satisfy some of the users who have been calling for the platform to add a “dislike” button. Facebook reactions will allow users to specify a variety of different emotions through emoticons in reaction to their friends’ posts. Do Facebook users like this idea better than a basic dislike option? Or are some of the same concerns still there?

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Library Survey: Vast Majority Understand Library Importance

Library Survey: Vast Majority Understand Library Importance

Libraries have long been considered an important part of communities around the country. While known mainly for their book rental and educational services, libraries actually provide a whole host of services to people in various communities. And since it’s National Friends of Libraries Week, we asked people about their library habits and favorite services.

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Dictionary Survey: Most Appreciate Regular Updates

Dictionary Survey: Most Appreciate Regular Updates

October 16 is known as Dictionary Day, a day meant to honor Noah Webster, the creator of the modern dictionary. While traditional dictionaries are still prevalent in some circles, online resources have changed how many people use dictionaries. They’ve even opened the door for some online platforms to make updates regularly. So how often do people use regular dictionaries compared to online ones? And what do they think of dictionaries making regular updates?

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