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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Cambiar survey highlights MR developments. Facebook’s legal struggles with data. (RBDR 10.29.2015)

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1) Cambiar’s 4th Annual Future of Research Survey tells some important things about the state of client research departments.

2) An overview of Facebook’s good and potentially bad legal experiences this week.

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Israelis survey Iranians; Dinner Lab seeks to become restaurant radar (RBDR–6/9/2014)

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Today: 1) In the most unusual of polls, Israeli researchers polled Irananians on the telephone. 2) Marketers says they are unable to judge their impact on their businesses. 3) Dinner Lab wants to be the radar desperately needed by the restaurant industry to understand consumer tastes and preferences in major cities around the U.S.