Use of Random Sampling in Research

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Use of Random Sampling in Research

Pew Research Center has a great video that explains random sampling and how a survey of 1000 people can provide details on what the whole United States is thinking. It is an effort by the organization to more effectively communicate …

Consumer Views on Virtual Reality Headsets

Virtual reality has been highly touted as the next big consumer product. However, are consumers ready to actually purchase virtual reality sets and are those who purchased them pleased with their investment? Adweek has a great infographic on new research …

Research Shows Surprise About Income Tax

You might not think many people like to pay income tax. However, new research shows an income tax doesn’t cause a person to work less; and in some cases, actually motivates people to work more. In honor of the Federal …

Research Shows Americans Moving Less

According to new analysis of U.S. Census data performed by Pew Research Center, Americans are moving “significantly less” than in the past. Oddly, this group would be expected to move more since they are less likely than previous generations …

Study on Online Alcohol Marketing To Youth

According to an article in Medical Life Sciences News, “Underage youth are nearly twice as likely to recall seeing alcohol marketing on the internet than adults, with almost one in three saying they saw alcohol-related content in the previous month, …

The Super Bowl Ad Brand Winner Is …

According to TD Ameritrade research, as explained by Fox Business News, Coca-Cola won the brand advertising battle for Super Bowl LI. The ad featured “America the Beautiful” sung in numerous languages. The social data research examined not only how …

Research: Women in the Workforce Changing

According to Pew Research Center, women may never make up half of the U.S. workforce. In 2025, women in the workforce will likely peak at 47.1% and then begin to taper off. This is a major change in the …

Information Overload: Not a problem

It was speculated a few years back that with so much information available on the internet and with us being connected all the time, Americans would face information overload. However,according to a survey by Pew Research Center, 80% of …

Gig Economy Is Quickly Changing Work

A recent research study by Pew Research Center shows that 24% of working Americans made money last year from the gig economy. Many are selling a product or service, but 8% are earning money from on online gig platforms. Some …