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Black Friday means different things to different people. For some, it strikes fear in their core and compels them to hunker down and hide out at home with their Thanksgiving leftovers and holiday programming. For others, it is the clarion call to the hottest deals of the year, from which nothing could restrain them. Then there are those who could take it or leave it depending on circumstances, such as cash saved or likelihood of societal breakdown. Read on to see how our members feel about the day that retailers head from the red into the black.
A recent quick poll that occurred from September 12 through 27, 2017, asked our members, "Which NFL team are you rooting for this season?"
The votes have been tallied and the results have been graphed.
Read on to see where your favorite team ended up in the rankings.
If you’ve ever wondered about the mysteries of survey-taking, you’re in the right place! We’ll pull back the curtain a little bit and share some tips to help make your survey-taking journey more rewarding.
It's official—our members love to read!
Keep reading to see which book genres our American Consumer Opinion® panelists enjoy the most.
Since American Consumer Opinion® added the new sweepstakes cash-out option in March, we've had more participation than anticipated. In the short span of four months, 14 winners have collected prizes worth more than $1,000 in total, ranging in value from $50 to more than $175 each. Read on to see what part of the country our lucky winners are from and what prizes they've won.
The votes have been tallied, and the results have been graphed. Read on to review the results of the Major League Baseball (MLB) poll that ACOP® conducted last month.
How do you get from point A to point B? What's your favorite pizza topping? Who will win the Super Bowl? From silly to serious, quick polls can provide a cursory overview of the general consensus on a simple given topic. We're not doing brain surgery here, but quick polls can be fun and informative. Read on to learn more about quick polls.