Rounding Up 2016’s Final Weeks in Research | RBDR

January 3rd, 2017. Today on RBDR, we feature a handful of news items that broke during the closing week of 2016:

1) The death of Louis Harris, one of the true research legends of the 20th century.

2) Polling questions persist: what percentage of Latinos voted for Clinton, versus Trump? Two studies show wide discrepancies.

3) Nielsen and Foursquare are partnering to learn HOW consumer exposure to online advertising leads to purchases in brick-and-mortar stores.

RBDR is sponsored this week by Toluna, a leading digital insights provider that provides a suite of Experience Measurement solutions. Toluna works with one of the largest US-based retail organizations to measure in-store customer satisfaction, loyalty and advocacy via a dedicated CEM reporting system. Visit their website by clicking here.

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