Three professors endorse Conjoint Analysis for exit polling; Millward Brown & ZappiStore roll out 6-hour, DIY copy testing; 48% of U.S. population is “Always-On” (RBDR–3/3/2014)

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Today: 1) Professors from MIT, Stanford and Georgetown have authored a paper that endorses the use of conjoint analysis to bring important understanding to exit polling. 2) Millward Brown’s new DIY eStatic service allows users to conduct self-service print and advertising copy-testing in six hours. 3) Vivaldi Partners’ Always-On 2014 Digital Consumer Report says 48% of the U.S. population has at least 3 digital devices that they use from at least three different physical locations multiple times each day.

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