Attitude Study

Attitude Study

A survey conducted to measure the success of an advertising campaign or a client's satisfaction with a company. See also: Marketing.
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For nearly half (47%) of women questioned as part of the DSM Global Kids Usage and Attitude Study, making sure their child receives enough nutrients is the most important motivation at mealtimes.
the studies that are now being acquired are: 1) finnish tax advocacy attitude study 2) community customer survey 3) customer customer survey 4) tulorekisteri.
Livpure's extensive consumer usage and attitude study revealed an interesting consumer insight - hesitation to use an RO due to degradation in taste and reduction in the level of essential minerals.
One factor that is unique to the Hispanic population is the variation based on each individual's level of acculturation, IRI pointed out last year in its Hispanic-Link Attitude study. At the other end of the spectrum, the study found, are the many Hispanics who are completely integrated into American culture and lifestyles.
The implicit rationale would be that an attitude formed through a direct experience has a strong AB relation; international students' attitudes, due to their direct experience with the host country, surely leads to behavior; therefore, it would suffice to stop at the attitude study without proving the final path.
Summary: Consumers across the region are losing a dollar per day by using cash, the equivalent of the cost of 6.5 grams of gold yearly, confirms the intriguing Visa Payment Attitude Study, reporting on cash carrying habits
According to a Payment Attitude Study conducted by Visa International, that's the average amount that cash spenders in Asia Pacific, Central Europe, Middle East and Africa lose every year.
Results from the Visa Payment Attitude Study conducted by Visa International - the leading global payments technology company - across the Asia Pacific, Central Europe, Middle East and Africa show that people lose an average of U$365 every year because of cash left forgotten in the house or car, or unused foreign currency from a holiday or business trip.
Tim Richards and/or the Usage and Attitude study by Rose Research.
Walgreens last month released its 2010 Over-The-Counter Household Inventory and Consumer Attitude Study, which found that nearly 40% of the U.S.
According to this viewpoint, two main factors should be considered that may influence the correlation effect between explicit and implicit test results in an attitude study.
The findings of the Midlands' Drivers' Attitude Study challenge the perception that speed cameras do not catch bad drivers.
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