By Robert Heeg
Easy targets for the media, the laughing stock of comedians; after several widely errors, trust in election polls seems to be at an all-time low. Not entirely fair, argues Jon Puleston, who demonstrates that the pollsters often get it right. That doesn’t let them off the hook though.
By Anita Black, Dana Asadorian and Hannah Dunnett.
For years now, the marketing and media world have been preoccupied with millenials – getting to grips with the ‘Me, Me, Me Generation’. There is now a new generation that deserves attention – Generation Z, ie those born between 1996 and 2010 – who are guardians of the future and valuable consumers too.
By John Pedersen
Norway is one of the smaller research markets in Europe, obviously connected to the fact that there are only 5 million Norwegians to survey. Despite this, Norway has a very active and large research community, organized in the Norwegian Market Research Association (NMF), dating back to 1970. Currently, NMF has 750 active members, with an even spread of agency staff and research buyers.
A research challenge by Dave McCaughan
Go on .. think about it! “what is that one question that in all your experience and time and effort as a market researcher you never asked but wished you had ?”
We all have one. We do! I know because I asked experts.