“What I would love from all of you data and research methodology sellers is something like the food information – and nutrition information – labels about what’s in your research product: What’s in your data, where did you collect it, and what did it get matched to?”  By Jonathan Steuer – Chief Research Officer, Omnicom Media Group

According to a new survey Millennials and Historic Preservation: A Deep Dive Into Attitudes and Values, nearly all (97 percent) of the nation’s largest and most diverse generation appreciate the value of historic preservation

A public opinion poll conceived and commissioned by LAVIDGE and Mosaic Multicultural found revealing consumer sentiments about advertising from personal care businesses, such as fitness clubs, salons, massage clinics, spas, beauty products and nutritionals.

In addition to wine preferences the subjects include attitudes about how they see themselves, preferred language for communication and content consumption, top social media channels and frequency, types of shareable content, and relationships with premium brands. The results paint a picture of a community of confident women who over index on brand loyalty, appreciate culturally relevant content, have extraordinary influence in their communities through the social mobile, and who love wine.

The nation's population has a distinctly older age profile than it did 16 years ago, according to new U.S. Census Bureau population estimates.

Yes Lifecycle Marketing surveyed more than 1,000 consumers to outline the distinct shopper personas for Centennials, Millennials, Generation X, and Baby Boomers. Find out the factors that influence their purchase decisions and get actionable strategies on ways to engage shoppers from each generation.

Despite the economic challenges, the middle class is growing and there are more people with high disposable incomes. Additionally, younger generations are growing and consumers are looking to be more health conscious and maintain their current lifestyles.

Most individuals likely don't spend much time wondering how the products they use every day are developed. Generally speaking, they identify the products that appeal to them and then bring them into their lives without thinking too much about how they came to be—their drinkable yogurt, their antioxidant beverages and their rippled toilet paper.

Ipsos study reveals consumer knowledge on government regulations of products and ads.

Univision Communications Inc. (UCI) announced some findings from its newly commissioned research study conducted by Nielsen, titled, “Los Fanáticos: The Passion and Power of the Hispanic Sports Fan.”

As you may know by now Kantar Millward Brown has published a new report titled, ‘Make a Lasting Impression'. Implicit in the report title is that idea that making a lasting impression is a good thing, something that advertisers should be aiming to do. But why is making a lasting impression a good thing?  by Nigel Hollis

Millennials say they are spending more time with video and social, but they are not necessarily cutting back their time with other media.

HLC Media announces the release of insights from a survey of nearly 400 women from HipLatina’s acculturated audience of upscale Latinas.  The subjects include attitudes about how they see themselves, preferred language for communication and content consumption, top social media channels and frequency, types of shareable content, and relationships with premium brands.

There is a revolution occurring and it's not of the political sort. Brand loyalty is a thing of the past, retail doors are closing at an alarming rate, and power and influence have shifted into the hands of consumers, who now have the ability to take down a brand or a retailer in 140 characters or less.

Early in the internet age, Hispanics were on the wrong side of the digital divide, lagging the general population in terms of internet access. Now, the majority are internet users, though Hispanics still underindex a bit for internet penetration.

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