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Vacations Survey: Mid-Summer a Popular Time for Travel

Vacations Survey: Mid-Summer a Popular Time for Travel

Summer is a popular time for vacations. But how much do we really know about people’s vacation habits? Some travelers just choose to spend a few days within their home state and others go abroad. Some travel with friends and family and others fly solo. What are the most popular destinations, times, and habits regarding travel in summer 2014?

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iWatch Survey: Potential Customers Interested in Apple Smart Watch

iWatch Survey: Potential Customers Interested in Apple Smart Watch

Rumors of an Apple smart watch continue to circulate. Whether or not it will actually be called iWatch, Apple’s jump into the smart watch market will definitely create a lot of buzz. How many consumers would be interested in owning a smart watch? And how many of them would specifically like to own an iWatch or Apple smart watch?

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Housing Recovery Survey: More Planning to Buy Homes in Next Few Years

Housing Recovery Survey: More Planning to Buy Homes in Next Few Years

The US housing market is reportedly on the mend, with home prices increasing by 11% in April. That’s a good sign, but there’s still progress to be made. And some people are still very pessimistic about the housing market and the economy in general. So how many are noticing some signs of recovery? And has the housing recovery progressed at all in the past year?

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Tipping Survey: Two Thirds Always Tip Restaurant Servers

Tipping Survey: Two Thirds Always Tip Restaurant Servers

A restaurant in Kentucky recently decided to do away with tipping. Instead of relying on customers to pay service charges to its employees, the restaurant simply pays servers 20% of their food sales or a higher hourly rate. So far, it seems the new system has helped improve employee morale, but tipping is still common practice at most restaurants. What do customers think about tipping?

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College Tuition Survey: Reimbursement Programs Can Impact Brand Perception

College Tuition Survey: Reimbursement Programs Can Impact Brand Perception

Starbucks just announced a new program to benefit its employees by providing free college tuition within select areas of study. Though not the first company to offer tuition reimbursement, the program has gained a lot of attention especially due to rising education costs. What do people think about tuition reimbursement plans and about the cost of college tuition in general?

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Fire Phone Survey: Consumers Unsure About Groundbreaking Features

Fire Phone Survey: Consumers Unsure About Groundbreaking Features

Amazon just announced the release of its highly anticipated smartphone, the Amazon Fire Phone. The phone has a variety of unique features, like holographic images that can appear to be 3D and hands-free scrolling. So what do consumers think about the Amazon brand and its new Fire Phone? What features are they most excited to see?

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Summer Travel Survey: Travel Numbers Increasing Slightly

Summer Travel Survey: Travel Numbers Increasing Slightly

It’s the time of year when many people around the country begin gearing up for summer vacations. Whether it’s just a weekend up north or a weeklong excursion, summer is a very popular time for travel. But prices can be a deterring factor for some potential travelers. How many plan on taking summer vacations this year compared with previous years? And is price a factor at all?

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Hashtags Survey: Some Users Less Likely to Read Posts With Hashtags

Hashtags Survey: Some Users Less Likely to Read Posts With Hashtags

In social media, hashtags are used to categorize certain posts and identify trending topics. They have been used for years on sites like Twitter, and have more recently been introduced on a wider array of platforms including social media giant Facebook. So just how popular are these hashtags? And are there any drawbacks to using them for increased visibility?

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Online Privacy Survey: Internet Users Don’t Want Personal Information Shared

Online Privacy Survey: Internet Users Don’t Want Personal Information Shared

Online privacy has been a hot topic for years, but particularly over the past year as some information about certain government surveillance programs has come to light. How many internet users are concerned about their privacy online? And do they expect that the sites they use will keep their personal information completely private?

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Restaurant Reservations Survey: Customers Open to Online Options

Restaurant Reservations Survey: Customers Open to Online Options

Travel deals site Priceline announced last week that it plans to purchase online restaurant reservations platform OpenTable. Online reservations have become somewhat more common over the past several years, but many restaurants still do not offer it as an option for customers. Just how popular have online reservations become? And how many even utilize restaurant reservations in general?

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World Cup Survey: About Half of Viewers Post on Social Media

World Cup Survey: About Half of Viewers Post on Social Media

The FIFA World Cup is an international soccer tournament that takes place every four years. This year, the tournament is taking place in Brazil and is already gaining a lot of buzz in sports circles and on social media. How many Americans are tuning in for World Cup coverage and how do they compare with fans of other sporting events?

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Online Banking Survey: Security a Major Concern For Users

Online Banking Survey: Security a Major Concern For Users

Online banking has become a fairly common practice for people around the country. It can make things like checking balances, transferring funds, and paying bills much more convenient. But it can also lead to concerns about online security. So how many people take part in online banking and do they take any extra precautions because of it?

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Smart Vehicles Survey: Features Becoming More Prevalent

Smart Vehicles Survey: Features Becoming More Prevalent

Technology is improving. And with that improvement, people are seeing more and more changes in products that impact their everyday lives. Vehicles are steadily getting more and more features that integrate technology in an attempt to make them safer and easier to use. Do drivers appreciate these “smart” vehicles and all of their features? And just how prevalent are these features becoming?

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Geofencing Survey: Limited Number Have Used Marketing Tactic

Geofencing Survey: Limited Number Have Used Marketing Tactic

Geofencing is a marketing technique that allows businesses to send mobile offers or ads to customers who are within a certain distance to one of the brand’s stores or locations. Customers would have to opt-in to receive such offers on their phone or mobile device. How many consumers have heard of geofencing and how many have already used it to receive mobile offers from brands?

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Mobile Contracts Survey: Mobile Customers Open to Contract Changes

Mobile Contracts Survey: Mobile Customers Open to Contract Changes

Rumors are circulating about a potential merger between Sprint and T-Mobile. The latter has been trying to separate itself from the competition by eliminating things like roaming fees and mobile contracts. But it is still the smallest of the major US carriers. What do mobile users think about T-Mobile’s strategy? Would they be happy about the mobile industry changing its views on mobile contracts?

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Travel Rewards Survey: Majority of Users Say Programs Impact Travel Decisions

Travel Rewards Survey: Majority of Users Say Programs Impact Travel Decisions

Travel rewards programs like frequent flier miles and hotel points cards have been popular for years. They allow travelers who use the same hotels, airlines, or rental companies to save money or earn other benefits when traveling. How many travel enough to take advantage of these rewards programs? And how much do they impact which companies consumers utilize when traveling?

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iMessage Survey: Nearly Half Use Mobile Chatting Apps

iMessage Survey: Nearly Half Use Mobile Chatting Apps

Apple has announced some changes to its iMessage app to go along with its latest operating system update. The changes mainly deal with new options for sending media like photos and videos, along with different group chat settings. What do users think about the new iMessage features? And how could it be impacted by other chatting apps like Snapchat and WhatsApp?

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Climate Change Survey: Opinions Improving Due to New Rule

Climate Change Survey: Opinions Improving Due to New Rule

The Obama administration proposed a new rule last week regarding carbon emissions from power plants. Climate change has been regarded as an important issue for years, but many people don’t feel the government has done enough to combat the problem. Will this latest initiative be a step in the right direction?

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Summer Jobs Survey: Job Seekers Consistent With Previous Years

Summer Jobs Survey: Job Seekers Consistent With Previous Years

Summertime always leads to an influx of people searching for temporary employment, from students looking for a bit of extra income to professionals looking to work outdoors for a few months in various industries. How many people plan to look for summer jobs this year compared with previous years? And what are the most popular industries for summer employment?

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Facebook Spam Survey: Few Like Seeing Automated Posts

Facebook Spam Survey: Few Like Seeing Automated Posts

Facebook has started a new initiative to cut down on the amount of spam or automated posts that appear on people’s news feeds. Automated posts are often those that come from other sites or apps like Spotify, Instagram, or Candy Crush. The new initiative would allow users to see more original posts directly from their Facebook friends. Do Facebook users think this is a good idea? And do any of them like seeing Facebook spam?

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Driverless Cars Survey: Majority Curious About New Initiative

Driverless Cars Survey: Majority Curious About New Initiative

Google released new details regarding its driverless car initiative earlier this week. The new models don’t feature steering wheels or brakes because the company says the cars simply don’t need them. The concept of driverless cars isn’t entirely new, but hasn’t been widely accepted yet either. What do consumers think about the concept of driverless cars?

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Smart Homes Survey: Interest Increasing More Than Use

Smart Homes Survey: Interest Increasing More Than Use

Apple is reportedly looking to get into the smart homes market. The tech giant could unveil a platform that would allow users to control connected devices in their home, such as locks, lights, and appliances, from their smartphone or tablet. A few smart home features are already available from select manufacturers. How many people already utilize these features and how many are interested in doing so in the future?

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Green Products Survey: Amount of Buyers Still Increasing

Green Products Survey: Amount of Buyers Still Increasing

Consumers who are concerned about the environment want to know that the products they purchase don’t contain harmful substances or unsustainable materials. But how many people trust that all of the “green products” available on the market today are actually environmentally friendly? And how have attitudes regarding green products changed over the years?

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GM Recalls Survey: Recalls More Prominent This Year

GM Recalls Survey: Recalls More Prominent This Year

The latest wave of recalls from General Motors has some drivers worried about the safety of their vehicles. But are these recalls impacting any sales numbers yet? What do consumers think when they hear about an auto recall and what do they think when a company issues various recalls within the same year?

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Memorial Day Survey: Weekend Begins Summer Travel Plans

Memorial Day Survey: Weekend Begins Summer Travel Plans

This weekend, Americans celebrate Memorial Day, a holiday that honors those who made sacrifices for our freedom. The holiday also marks the unofficial start of summer for many Americans. And the weekend is often used for traveling and other celebrations. So how many people plan to take advantage of the long weekend and start their summer travel?

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