Nielsen//NetRatings revealed that high speed Internet access, including ISDN, LAN, cable modems and DSL connections, jumped 148 percent among home users in December 2000 as compared to the same period in 1999 (see Table 1).
The Most Influential Latinos Hispanic Trends, a polling firm owned by Hispanic Publishing Group-which also owns HISPANIC Magazine-interviewed 501 registered Hispanic voters representing 48 continental U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
Current population trends suggest that within 50 years there will be no single ethnic majority in the United States. The size and diversity of U.S. ethnic populations will challenge the nation in the coming decades to address the implications of complex race-related issues.
The Kaiser Family Foundation study is the second in a biennial series of studies examining both the amount and the nature of television's sexual messages, paying special attention to references to such issues as contraception, safer sex, and waiting to have sex.
Interep's latest research report, "Profiles on the Core Users of the Major Media," shows that adults 18-44 tend to be heavier users of radio than any other medium, while on-line scores highest across all 25 to 54 age cells.
Ethnic groups in the U.S. will spend $41 billion on local, long distance, wireless and Internet services this year, representing nearly 30 percent of the total telecommunications consumer marketplace, says a new report by Insight Research.
Access Worldwide Communications, Inc. announced the final results of an online research study that was conducted to understand Internet access and usage among multicultural markets in the United States.
Greenfield Online Mexico, a full-service online marketing research company based in Mexico City that specializes in using the Internet to conduct its studies, announces that they have formed a strategic partnership with El Sitio Mexico.