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Top 5 Infographics of April, 2018

We happily admit it: here at QuestionPro Audience, we are research and data nerds. We love to know the latest research, and if it’s in an informative and easy-to-read infographic, even better! We’ve compiled this week’s best infographics, for your reading and visual pleasure. Enjoy!

 

1 – MUSIC’S GENDER GAP 

Last.fm compared their listening data to awards and festivals from the last 16 years to find out if female artists are being rewarded as much as they are being listened to. The results were disappointing, to say the least.

 

2 – HOW TO LOOK AND SOUND MORE CONFIDENT 

Confidence is the key to success. While some of these seem obvious (like your mother always told you, “stand up straight!”), it’s good to take a reminder course in projecting confidence.

 

3 – 2018’S MOST FUN STATES IN AMERICA 

Work hard, play harder! From sports to culture, this is a must-read for anyone who loves to have fun. Even better, WalletHub compared the 50 states across 26 key indicators of a good time that won’t break the bank.

 

4 – FROM KODAK TO IPHONOGRAPHY

If you’ve ever wondered about the history of the camera and film, and how it paved the way for the digital world we currently live in, this stylish infographic is for you.

 

5 – HOW MARK ZUCKERBERG GOT STARTED: THE LIFE OF FACEBOOK’S FOUNDER 

You know you’ve made it big when you’re worth $64.1 billion…orwhen someone creates an infographic of your life. Either way, it’s an interesting read.

 

Our Top 5 Blogs of 2017

In 2017, QuestionPro Audience developed blogs, infographics, and data-based surveys filled with compelling information. If you missed them the first time, never fear! We have compiled a list of our top 5 blog posts for your reading pleasure. Enjoy!

Seven Sins to Avoid When Designing a Survey 5. The Seven Deadly Sins of Questionnaire Design

A year ago, we published a series of best practice for questionnaire development. This year, we would like to highlight some common mistakes that research practitioners should avoid, to ensure their data collection effort is…

 

The Landline Survey: An Antiquated Methodology 4. The Landline Survey: An Antiquated Methodology

Back in the 1990’s, virtually every household had a landline, and people would answer the phone and talk to survey research callers. However, times have changed, even though some researchers are stubborn about admitting the change.

 

Declaration of War? North Korea and What Americans Think About Recent Threats 3. Declaration of War? North Korea and What Americans Think About Recent Threats

QuestionPro Audience conducted a survey to understand what Americans think about this international crisis. Respondents were asked a series of questions to gauge their perception and attitude towards this much critical topic. Find the full research inside.

 

  2. iPhone X – Are Consumers Willing to Pay?

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past decade, you’ve heard of, used, and/or own an Apple product. When Apple first debuted the iPhone in 2007, it revolutionized smartphones and changed the industry.

 Lies And The Lying — Survey Takers Who Tell Them 1. Lies and the Lying Survey Takers Who Them 

Ok, I couldn’t help myself here. I’m playing off the title of a great satirical book by Al Franken, a comedian who later became the Democratic Senator for the State of Minnesota. According to the…