Pollsters Believe What Other Researchers Don’t / RBDR

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November 18, 2020

Today on RBDR: In one final look back at polling for the 2020 U.S. election, UK-based Conquest founder David Penn expresses his unique concerns about the work that was done, how it was done and what it rendered.

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Brands’ Learning Needs for “Systems” 1 and 2 | RBDR

December 8, 2016. Today on RBDR:

1) What brands and researchers are coming to understand about System 1 and System 2.

2) The Atlanta Braves’ VP Marketing, Adam Zimmerman, discusses his essential, “must have” data possibilities.

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Implicix advertising messaging breakthroughs from Conquest: connecting attitude & behavioral, emotional & rational, cognitive linguistics (RBDR–12/3/2013)

Today: Conquest in the UK has introduced Implicix, a new research methodology that ties together individuals’ attitudes with their behavior, their emotional with their rational, plus behavioral economics and cognitive linguistics. It could be a game changer. MD David Penn explained how Heinz and eBay became big fans of Implicix.

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