Polling Failure Again… In Israel and Australia | RBDR

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May 30, 2019

Today on RBDR: Polling runs into more problems, first with exit polls in Israel n April, and with 16 distinct pre-election polls that all incorrectly predicted Australia’s election in May.

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Australian MR reiterates privacy. Study: analytic investments disappointing. (RBDR 08.18.2016)

Today on RBDR:

1) The Australian market research industry has made a pronouncement to the public at large about the extra steps they continue to make to assure protection and privacy of their data.

2) ZS Associates has released “Broken Links: Why Analytics Investments Have Yet to Pay Off,” a study of what companies themselves say is not working with their analytics, conducted by The Economist Intelligence Unit. You can read the study for yourself by clicking here.

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Instagram for MR. “Real” New Coke MR mistake. Nielsen Neuro after ad agencies. (RBDR 4.6.2015)

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Today on RBDR: 1) Instagram touted as a market research tool by an Australian business user. 2) Revisiting the market research mistake made in the New Coke rollout. 3) Nielsen Neuro rolls into Australia, taking aim at advertising agencies and their creative development.

MR not helping entrepreneurs. SurveyMonkey in Australia. (RBDR 3.26.2015)

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Today on RBDR: 1) At the annual MRS Conference in London last week, Tom Woodnutt argued that research is not suiting the needs of entrepreneurs–a great irony since entrepreneurs have been so much a part of vendor research growth and innovation during this century. 2) SurveyMonkey is breaking through another of its perceived glass ceilings in its research marketing pitches in Australia to agencies. 3) A Carnegie Mellon University study shows how a dozen very popular Android apps are collecting and distributing users’ locations.

CIOs are obstacle to corporate analytics; MR must market MR to colleges (RBDR–3/26/2014)

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Today: 1) SAS study says CIOs are an obstacle to corporations’ use of analytics.

2) Nielsen Twitter TV is expanding from the U.S. to Australia and Italy.

3) RBDR’s Bob Lederer discusses his suggestion that the research industry launch a national reach out to all U.S. colleges and universities to build or maintain a solid market research class and, perhaps, MR program.