March 27, 2014

How Crowd-Sourcing has Impacted the Search for Flight 370

By Rudly Raphael on March 27, 2014

For the past few weeks, one of the biggest questions on everyone’s mind has been, “What happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370?” Something about this mystery has captivated the hearts and minds of people around the world, and inspired the largest search operation in history. Even with 26 countries officially participating in the effort, and French satellites spotting over one

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March 20, 2014

March Madness is back!

By Rudly Raphael on March 20, 2014

March Madness is back! After this long gruesome winter we’ve all endured in 2014, people are as excited as ever to have something to look forward to, as the final weeks of March come to a close. As a data collection firm, qSample is always interested in insightful data. Therefore, it only makes sense to turn March Madness into a

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March 19, 2014

qSample’s Panel = Your Panel!

By Rudly Raphael on March 19, 2014

When you partner with qSample, we give our clients access to more than five million respondents all around the globe. All our of members are double-opted in, pre-screened and highly qualified to participate in a variety of research studies of any level of specificity. qSample prides itself in building a community of highly qualified and highly responsive panelists that accurately represent the general population.

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March 07, 2014

Thawing Out? How Contractors are Dealing with the Weather

By Rudly Raphael on March 07, 2014

Every year since the end of the recession, the U.S. economy has faced new challenges: spending cuts, increases in taxes, partisan squabbles, the debt ceiling, etc.   This year’s culprate of the economy’s freeze is the winter. The extraordinarily cold weather this winter is hammering a number of industries stymying economic growth.   No industry has been hit harder than

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March 07, 2014

Technology Affecting the “Moviegoing Experience”

By Rudly Raphael on March 07, 2014

More than 43 million viewers tuned into Sunday night’s 86th Annual Academy Awards to watch “12 Years a Slave” take home the Oscar for best picture. In the days leading up to Hollywood’s biggest evening, qSample surveyed more than 400 panelists to get the pulse on not only who they believed would take home the iconic statues, but also about

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February 01, 2014

2014 Super Bowl Survey Results

By Rudly Raphael on February 01, 2014

On Sunday, over 100 million viewers are expected to tune in for Super Bowl XLVIII. While many of those viewers are die-hard football fans who can’t wait to see the Denver Broncos and their No. 1 offense take the field against the Seattle Seahawks’ No. 1 defense (the first Super Bowl in 24 years featuring the NFL’s best offense vs.

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December 28, 2013

PlayStation 4 The Clear Choice For Holiday Shoppers

By Rudly Raphael on December 28, 2013

With the latest generation of gaming consoles hot off the assembly line, qSample surveyed more than 500 respondents from its consumer panel who planned to purchase video gaming systems in the days leading up to Christmas. The Infographic below illustrates the results of the survey. The survey revealed that Sony’s PlayStation 4 is the clear choice for holiday shoppers, beating

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December 19, 2013

An Ivy League Of Their Own

By Rudly Raphael on December 19, 2013

What do 5 of the last 7 presidents and 100% of the Supreme Court Justices have in common?  They graduated from Ivy League universities.  Ivy League graduates are truly in a league of their own.  With a median household income of over $190,000 and a median net worth of $900,000, Ivies are a uniquely influential and affluent demographic, making them

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October 31, 2013

6 Tips for Designing an Effective Mobile Survey

By Stacy Sherwood on October 31, 2013

Like all survey design, understanding your audience and your medium should be the cornerstones from which your survey is built. If you simply keep in mind what’s unique about mobile users and their devices, a successful survey design will flow from there effortlessly. Follow these 6 simple tips, and you’ll be on your way to running a successful mobile survey.

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October 18, 2013

Voters Blame GOP for Government Shutdown

By Stacy Sherwood on October 18, 2013

Who’s to blame for the government shutdown of 2013? Depends who you ask. In late September 2013, the House voted to make funding the government contingent on a one-year delay of the Obamacare healthcare reforms. Consequently, from October 1, 2013, the start of the government’s new fiscal year, to October 17, 2013, the U.S. government was shut down, placing hundreds of thousands

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