Top 10 Surveys, Polls, and Market Research for Today
increasingly burdened by wealth: study AFP
via Yahoo! News
Rich in resources, Canada skyrocketed near the top of wealthiest nations to become the only G7 country with a budget surplus this decade, but individual Canadians are increasingly burdened by debts, says a new study.
Xbox 360 sales top first Xbox: NPD
The U.S. sales of Microsoft Corp.'s new Xbox 360 video game console during its first 13 months in stores were 6 percent higher than comparable sales of the original Xbox, market research group NPD said on Thursday.
Teenager Michelle Rome can't imagine life without instant messaging. Baby boomer Steve Wilson doesn't care that it even exists. They're part of an "instant messaging gap" between teens and adults. And the division is wide, says an AP-AOL survey on how Americans use or snub those Internet bursts of gossip, happy date-making and teen tragedies that young people exchange by the hour while
Poll: U.S. Homeowners Optimistic AP
via Yahoo! Finance
Recent broad declines in prices have slightly dented the outlook of U.S. homeowners, as a new poll published Wednesday shows they remain mostly optimistic about the value of their property.
Fewer affordable homes available USA
The supply of affordable housing continued to dwindle this year despite weakening home prices, according to one-third of local housing officials who responded to a survey by the National League of Cities.
According to a survey, Toyota retains the highest percentage of vehicle buyers, even as overall retention declined in the industry.
survey on men's fashion shows stunning result
A survey on fashion released by Horizon Research Consultancy Group and Shanghai Fashion Research Institute on Monday shows that men from Beijing are very interested in face-lifting, and their monthly spending on this item reaches 119.4 yuan (US$15.17), while men in Shanghai enjoy looking in mirrors, averaging 17 minutes everyday.
taps into consumer nano fears Nutraingredients.com
US consumers are willing to use specific nanotechnology products – even if there are health and safety risks – when the potential benefits are high, according to a survey.
News Poll: Iraq Study Group Report Will Not Make A Difference
A plurality of Americans thinks the report of the bipartisan Iraq Study Group will make no difference in Iraq, while minorities divide between saying it will make things better and will make things worse, according to a FOX News Poll conducted this week.
Market Research Provides 'Yules-ful' Holiday Information
The Results of the E-Poll Holiday Survey: Not quite a lump of coal, but ... - eBay may be too complicated for some: 40% of respondents admit to re-gifting over the holidays. Friends receive the most re-gifted presents (29%), as opposed to co-workers (15%). - 40% say they will give out gift cards instead of presents to some on their list.