Facebook Shops: How excited are Americans about it?

As part of a major push towards eCommerce, Facebook now allows businesses to display and sell products on its platforms via its dedicated 'Shops' feature. This report delves into the popularity of the new service among users, nearly two months into its launch. Both Facebook and other eCommerce platforms can leverage this data in their decision making. COVID-19 has forced most businesses to adapt and reinvent themselves, Facebook included. The social media giant ...

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Brands against racism: Does it impress the consumers?

The feverish protests following George Floyd's death have led to several top brands come out openly in support of anti-racism movements. This report delves into what consumers think about brand responsibility and how their actions might affect their attitude towards them. Brands, as well as retailers, can leverage this data in their decision making.  As America rages over rampant racism, brands are going out of the way to prove they are ...

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China’s changing perception: Here’s what Americans think

China has been at the center of a raging debate ever since the pandemic began, with many countries, including the US, accusing it of suppressing information and the subsequent inaction on its part. This report delves into what the American public has come to think of China amid the devastating pandemic. Political parties and businesses can leverage this data in their decision making. COVID-19 has wreaked havoc across in the US, ...

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President Trump’s Tulsa Rally: What is America’s impression?

President Trump's election campaign rally held in Tulsa last month became a subject of much debate and criticism. This primary focus, however, remained the timing of the rally given the ongoing persistent and ongoing pandemic. This report delves into what the American voters think about these ongoings. Political campaigners can leverage this data in their decision making.  President Trump may have been fighting multiple battles at a time, but that did ...

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Telemedicine as an alternative: How keen are Americans about it?

Telemedicine or telehealth, despite being touted as the future of medicine, has had few takers over the years. But the ongoing coronavirus has become the tipping point, bringing digital appointments and healthcare into the spotlight. This report delves into this concept's growing popularity and acceptability among ordinary Americans. Health professionals and telemedicine providers can leverage this data in their decision making. In an increasingly digital world, even healthcare, mostly seen as ...

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Healthcare amid pandemic: What do Britons think?

The UK has been one of the worst affected amid the pandemic. With the majority of the population covered under the NHS, the public health system has been at the forefront, working at an unprecedented scale. This report delves into the thoughts and fears of people as they wade through this health crisis. The NHS, as well as private health insurance companies, can leverage this data in their decision making. The ...

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State of education post-COVID-19: What do American parents think?

The coronavirus has pushed schooling on to remote platforms. But this short-term arrangement may result in several long-term changes as technology takes precedence over the traditional ways of education. This report delves into the thoughts and perceptions of parents around these future possibilities. Schools, as well as education start-ups, can leverage this data in their decision making.  The COVID-19 pandemic has clearly disrupted 'normal' schooling. With remote learning having become the ...

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Do you trust the media? Here’s what Americans have to say

The US media is known to be brave, outspoken, and even brazen at times. But as much as it has been lauded for its democratic way of functioning, it has also come under fire repeatedly for its alleged affiliations and biases. This report delves into what American viewers have come to think of the news they read, watch, or hear. Media outlets can leverage this data in their decision making. Americans ...

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Twitter vs. Facebook: Who’s winning the ideology race?

Twitter's decision to label President Trump's tweet for fact-check and violence created quite a controversy last month, resulting in the president signing an executive order to rein in their freedom. Facebook also criticized Twitter for trying to act as the 'arbiter of truth.' This report delves into what American users think of this new development. Social media platforms can leverage this data in their decision making. It's Twitter vs. Facebook ...

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