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How To Conduct Market Research For Public Affairs Industry

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There are 28 articles in our archive related to this topic. Below are 5 selected at random and available to all users of the site.

Teen poll shows mixture of optimism and pessimism
Guideline Research Corp. recently conducted a study of 510 high school juniors and seniors across the United States for the American Home Economics Association. This article provides an overview of the study and its findings.
Trade Talk: Book provides valuable insight into U.S. lifestyles
This article reviews The Clustering of America, a book by Michael Weiss that examines the United States through the lens of PRIZM, the target marketing system develop by Claritas Corp. that uses U.S. Census Bureau data and other information to create 40 distinct lifestyle depictions of 250,000 U.S. neighborhoods.
Telephone survey measures city's quality of life measures
Richfield, Minnesota, conducted a lengthy telephone survey of 400 randomly selected residents to assess how the city was doing in terms of service, aiming to satisfy long-term residents and draw new residents and new commercial developments.
Study tracks trends in refusal rates
This article discusses the “Your Opinion Counts” National Steering Committee’s 1988 study of survey respondents’ refusal to be interviewed, providing a comparison to the benchmark study conducted in 1985.
Trade Talk: Consumers unsure how to solve packaging waste problems
Pollution has become a hot topic. This article discusses packaging waste problems and factors in resolving the problems, including consumer involvement.

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Recent Articles

Below are the 4 most recent articles on this topic. These articles were published within the last three years and are only available to registered subscribers.

How Nate Silver did it
Statistician Nate Silver proved to be more accurate in his 2012 election predictions than any of the talking heads and pundits. The author created an Electoral College model in Excel and used public data to discover the secret to Silver's accuracy.
Using research to identify the barriers to regulatory approval
The author explains a method for identifying and mitigating the development risks associated with a regulated health care product’s life cycle.
Trade Talk: MRA sets new Standards
A look at a "landmark" revision to the MRA's Code of Marketing Research Standards, which establishes 42 ethical and best-practice principles to guide marketing research practitioners in their day-to-day work.
In Case You Missed It... January 2014
News and notes on marketing and research: handling bad press; Hyatt's Twitter focus group

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