Untold Damage To Democracy From Bad Polling / RBDR

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November 17, 2020

Today on RBDR: The New York Times’s 2020 election polling overseer, Nate Cohn, told The New Yorker staff writer Isaac Chotiner about a handful of the under-recognized perils suffered by U.S. society from election polling that leaves many problems for democracy.

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Le Monde Accuses Coca-Cola Co. of Biased Research Studies / RBDR

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May 14, 2019

Today on RBDR: The French newspaper Le Monde analyzed 10 years of research activity funded by Coca-Cola Company in the U.S. and France about relative causes of obesity. The French newspaper reported that Coke contracts with researchers tilted results away from sugary drinks and towards lack of exercise.

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Divided FL election poll data. Consumers don’t understand personal data’s use. (RBDR 10.04.2016)

RFL Associate Editor Chris Clow is sitting in today for an under-the-weather Bob Lederer.

Today on RBDR:

1) What happened when one pollster shared their raw data about the Florida election with four other pollsters? They did not reach the same numerical and sometimes other conclusions.

2) The seriousness of consumer privacy concerns is turned upside down by a poll that shows 92% don’t understand how their data is used by businesses.

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NY Times & predictive analytics. Marketers following wrong KPIs. (RBDR 10.14.2015)

Today on RBDR:

1) Further insight into how the New York Times is focusing its measurement of digital readership.

2) Fournaise Marketing Group takes on a controversial topic: how marketers are relying on the wrong KPIs for assess their effectiveness and ROI.

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5 Online MR myths. NYTimes reveals how it builds online readership. (RBDR 10.13.2015)

Today on RBDR:

1) Five myths about online research worth pondering.

2) How the New York Times is measuring what its digital readers are most interested in — and what it is doing about that.

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