Data science firm Civis Analytics today released new findings from its COVID-19 Impact Research, funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. This ongoing survey research studies the social, economic, and educational impacts of COVID-19 in America. Since April 2, 2020, the team has run ongoing national surveys, with deep dives into Washington, Florida, Texas, and New York. The latest round of research highlights the disparity of the impact on communities of color and lower-income households.

COVID-19 has completely disrupted our sense of normalcy. Collectively, we’ve hung our hopes on our ability to create a “new normal” post-COVID with some semblance of life before the outbreak. But, life during this pandemic is not normal, nor will it be in the months ahead. From industries to schools and everything in between, routines have been fractured, lives altered, and jobs lost. As a market researcher working in an industry that thrives on consumer interaction, I can speak best to what I’ve seen while navigating this space and how I think the market research industry will respond to the looming uncertainties ahead.

How does the Puerto Rican consumer feel about buying right now? What can brands do to encourage consumption? We asked 200 Puerto Ricans and here's what they said…

Spring is here in DC.  Still some cool days, but progressively it is looking and feeling like summer.  People are anxious—they are increasingly going out, but still are fearful of the external COVID-19 world.  And America is, well, America—completely disorganized and decentralized politically.

In this research we explore consumers’media consumption habits during the outbreak of coronavirus. We dig deeper into what media people are consuming more of (and plan to continue after the crisis ends), what sources of information they find most trustworthy generally and on social media, whattheywant to see more of in news coverage, their willingness to pay for trustworthy information, and what they expect from sports leagues at this time.

H Code released The Hispanic Healthcare Report, the first resource exclusively revealing Hispanic preferences and attitudes towards the current state of healthcare in light of the COVID-19 outbreak and 2020 U.S. presidential election cycle.

One-in-ten eligible voters in the 2020 electorate will be part of a new generation of Americans – Generation Z. Born after 1996, most members of this generation are not yet old enough to vote, but as the oldest among them turn 23 this year, roughly 24 million will have the opportunity to cast a ballot in November. And their political clout will continue to grow steadily in the coming years, as more and more of them reach voting age.

For much of our industry’s history, market researchers have used intentional questioning to generate structured data to derive insights from, but as technology has grown in its ubiquity, we’ve gained access to new unstructured data sources and the resources to turn this messy data into insights.  by Kyle Findlay - Senior Data Science Director (Innovation) / Kantar

Media buyers should follow five key criteria when venturing into the complex and opaque ecosystem of third-party data that is designed to help them target their programmatic digital media buys.

This video is made with Nielsen's proprietary study Scarborough R1 2020. It was on the field from September 2019 to November 2019 and was released in Q1 2020. This video was commissioned before Covid-19 hit Puerto Rico so we added a small update at the end.

A tremendous amount of money is spent on data for media buying decisions, specifically third-party audience data. Third-party data can come from many different sources, and multiple methodologies can be used in its collection, structuring, and marketing. This often makes it difficult for advertisers to understand exactly what they're buying, leaving advertisers at a disadvantage and at risk of purchasing data that's unsuitable for their purpose. To address this problem, advertisers need to evaluate the quality of a dataset before purchasing it.

ADMERASIA has launched an ongoing research series ADMERASIA COVID-19 MONITOR to help brands track the shifts in consumer attitude and demands during the pandemic to aid in a successful revival. Released on April 26th, Life After COVID-19 is the series’s first report, featuring findings from a proprietary online survey that examined Americans’ sentiments during the lockdown and their vision of life after.

Today’s parents are ‘rediscovering,’ likely out of necessity, what their parents and grandparents always knew. TV makes a pretty good babysitter for homebound kids. Now several weeks into the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) shutdown in the U.S., a clearer picture is emerging around how “shelter-in-place” orders are affecting the daily lives of American families in local cities across the country—specifically as it relates to their TV appetite, according to a new Nielsen study.

To get a pulse on consumer sentiment and offline behavior during the coronavirus pandemic, Comscore asked questions relating to this crisis as a part of several of our syndicated surveys.

The U.S. Census Bureau released new tables from the 2019 Current Population Survey Annual Social and Economic Supplement.

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