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As Filner Starts Rehab, 77% Want Him to Resign; If He Doesn’t, 68% Back a Recall

SurveyUSA Breaking News - 08/05/13 04:24 PM

On the day San Diego Mayor Bob Filner checks himself into a behavioral-therapy clinic, support for Filner reaches a new low, opposition a new high, according to the latest SurveyUSA poll conducted for the U-T San Diego newspaper and KGTV-TV 10 News.

Today, just 16% of San Diegans think Filner should remain in office, compared to 77% who say Filner should resign. If Filner does not resign, 68% say the Mayor should be recalled. The percentage of San Diegans who say the mayor should resign has grown from 59% on 07/12/13 to 69% on 07/24/13 to 77% today. Calls for the mayor’s recall have increased from 60% on 07/26/13 to 68% today.

Despite the city’s disdain for the mayor’s sexcapades, San Diegans are divided over whether groping is the most serious problem facing Filner. Also to be considered are allegations that the mayor extracted concessions from developers in return for approving their projects.

44% say sexual harassment is the more serious allegation.
44% say the financial charges are more serious.

Should the city have sued Filner in an attempt to make him liable for any damages the city may face as a result of the sexual harassment claims? 71% say yes. 15% say no.

Cell-phone and home-phone respondents included in this research. SurveyUSA interviewed 600 city of San Diego adults 08/02/13 through 08/04/13. This research was conducted using blended sample, mixed mode. Respondents reachable on a home telephone (78% of adults) were interviewed on their home telephone in the recorded voice of a professional announcer. Respondents not reachable on a home telephone (22% of adults) were shown a questionnaire on their smartphone, tablet or other electronic device.

4 Candidates in Race for Seattle Mayor Have Credible Storyline To Advance Beyond 08/06/13 Primary; Murray & McGinn on Top

SurveyUSA Breaking News - 07/18/13 03:18 PM

19 days until votes are counted in the Primary for Seattle Mayor, 4 candidates are in double digits, each with a possible path to being one of the “Top Two” finishers, enabling them to advance to a 11/05/13 General Election, according to a SurveyUSA poll conducted exclusively for KING-TV. As it stands at this hour, based on interviews with 501 likely primary voters:
Ed Murray is at 22%, with strong support from females, middle-aged voters, liberals and the most affluent.
Incumbent Mike McGinn is at 21%, with disproportionate support from young voters, Hispanics, and the city’s least affluent voters.
Peter Steinbrueck is at 14%, backed by Independents, Moderates, and older voters.
Bruce Harrell is at 11%, backed by seniors and Asian Americans.

Among the larger group of registered voters: 32% today approve of the job that McGinn is doing as Mayor. 39% today say the city is headed in the right direction. 32% approve of the job the Seattle City Council is doing.

An extraordinary 68% of registered voters are “very concerned” about Seattle’s traffic and transportation. Another 27% are “somewhat concerned,” bringing the aggregated concerned percentage to 95%.

58% are very concerned about the city’s public schools.
51% are very concerned about the their safety.
47% are very concerned about the availability of housing in Seattle.
45% are very concerned about the quality of Seattle’s leadership.

Cell-phone and home-phone respondents included in this research. SurveyUSA interviewed 840 city of Seattle adults 07/15/13 through 07/18/13. Of the adults, 730 were registered to vote. Of the registered, 501 were determined by SurveyUSA to be likely to vote in the 08/06/13 Primary. This research was conducted using blended sample, mixed mode. Respondents reachable on a home telephone (88% of likely voters) were interviewed on their home telephone in the recorded voice of a professional announcer. Respondents not reachable on a home telephone were shown a questionnaire on their smartphone, tablet or other electronic device. Early voting begins today, 07/18/13.

Majority in New Jersey Say Undocumented Immigrants Should be Allowed to Stay in the United States

SurveyUSA Operations - 07/03/13 06:40 AM

Days after the United States Senate passed a bill with a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants, 54% of Garden State adults say undocumented immigrants should be allowed to stay in the country, even if only as permanent residents, compared to 39% today who say undocumented immigrants should be deported, or worse, according to a SurveyUSA poll conducted for NJ News Commons at Montclair State University.

Overall: 42% favor a path to citizenship, another 12% want undocumented immigrants to be able to stay as permanent residents but with no path to citizenship, 34% say undocumented immigrants should be deported, and another 5% say undocumented immigrants should be criminally prosecuted in the United States.

The breakdown somewhat but not entirely follows party and ideological lines:

54% of Democrats favor a path to citizenship, compared to 33% of Republicans.
48% of Hispanics favor a path to citizenship, compared to 36% of African Americans.
Twice as many conservatives as liberals favor deportation or criminal prosecution of the undocumented.
Twice as many conservatives as liberals say immigrants take jobs away from Americans.
Of those born in America, 37% favor deportation. Of those born in another country, 17% favor deportation.

48% in Northern New Jersey support a path to citizenship, more than the 40% in South Jersey and the 37% in Central Jersey who favor a path.

Though the US House of Representatives is likely to fashion its own version of an immigration bill, those NJ residents who know the most about the Senate bill by 5:4 want their member of Congress to vote against it, should the Senate bill come before the House. 51% of those who know “a lot” about the Senate bill want their member of Congress to oppose it; 42% want their member of Congress to support it.

Overwhelmingly, New Jersey residents say businesses should be required to verify that potential employees are in the country legally, and employers who fail to do so should be fined.

Residents are skeptical whether more agents for the US Border Patrol will reduce the number of immigrants who enter the USA illegally. 48% say the number of illegals will go down, but 34% say the number will remain the same.

Residents are more optimistic that better Border Patrol surveillance will help: 64% say technology will cause the number of illegal immigrants to go down, compared to 24% who say the technology will be benign.

Overwhelmingly, NJ says that undocumented immigrants should not be eligible for food stamps, and should not be eligible to receive a college loan. Those born in another country are more likely to support extending such government programs to the undocumented than are those born in America.

Of those who employ a housekeeper, half say their housekeeper is an immigrant. Of those who employ an immigrant housekeeper, an overwhelming majority say their housekeeper is documented.

Of those who employ a lawn care service, 31% say their lawn care person is an immigrant. Of those who employ an immigrant lawn care person, 13% say their lawn person is in the country illegally.

Cell-phone and home-phone respondents included in this research. SurveyUSA interviewed 800 state of NJ adults 06/28/13 through 07/01/13. The research was conducted using blended sample, mixed mode. Respondents reachable on a home telephone (77% of adults) were interviewed on their home telephone in the recorded voice of a professional announcer. Respondents not reachable on a home telephone (23% of adults) were shown a questionnaire on their smartphone, tablet or other electronic device.

2 of 3 in California Say Marriage Should Include Same-Sex Couples

SurveyUSA Operations - 06/20/13 07:30 AM

68% of California adults — the highest number in four years of SurveyUSA polling — now say same-sex couples should be able to share in the legal benefits of marriage, according to this latest SurveyUSA poll conducted exclusively for KPIX-TV San Francisco, KABC-TV Los Angeles, KGTV-TV San Diego, and KFSN-TV Fresno. 27% — the lowest number in four years of polling — say the legal benefits of marriage should be restricted only to couples consisting of a man and a woman.

Asked specifically what the Supreme Court of the United States should do in an upcoming ruling that will decide the fate of Proposition 8, 48% say the Court should uphold an appeals court ruling that would mean the end of Proposition 8. 35% say the appeals court ruling should be overturned, which would reinstate Proposition 8.

Support for extending marriage benefits to same-sex couples has ranged from 61% in January 2010 to 68% today. The margin of support was as low as 25 points in January 2010, and is 41 points today. Click here to see detailed tracking data for this question. Click here to view the full results of this poll.

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SurveyUSA Operations - 06/05/13 07:18 AM

Women Drift Away from Greuel, Helping Garcetti Maintain Lead in Los Angeles Mayor Contest; Zine Atop Galperin for Controller

SurveyUSA Operations - 04/12/13 10:35 AM

6 weeks till votes are counted in the election for mayor of Los Angeles, Eric Garcetti maintains a single-digit lead over Wendy Greuel, according to a SurveyUSA poll conducted for KABC-TV. Today it’s Garcetti 49%, Greuel 40%, a slight increase in Garcetti’s favor from an identical SurveyUSA tracking poll released 2 weeks ago, when Garcetti led by 7.

Two weeks ago, Greuel had led by 5 among Los Angeles’ female voters. Today, women have moved slightly to Garcetti, where he leads by 4, a 9-point swing. Men continue to back Garcetti today, as they had 2 weeks ago. Greuel and Garcetti are tied among voters age 50 to 64, but Garcetti leads among younger and older voters. Garcetti leads among whites and Latinos. Greuel leads among blacks and Asians. Early voting begins 04/22/13, in 11 days.

In the contest for City Attorney of Los Angeles, challenger Mike Feuer leads incumbent Carmen Trutanich today 46% to 34%. 2 weeks ago, Feuer had led by 18 points, today by 12. Feuer leads by 20 points among Democrats, by 20 points among affluent voters, and by 25 points among whites.

In the contest for City Controller, Dennis Zine narrowly leads Ron Galperin, 40% to 34%. Zine runs strongest among older voters and among Los Angeles’ few Republicans. Zine also leads among the most-educated and the most affluent voters. Galperin leads among the youngest voters and among liberal voters. Galperin is effectively tied with Zine among Democrats and among the city’s least affluent voters. Zine and Galperin finished effectively even in the 03/05/13 primary.

Cell-phone and home-phone respondents included in this research: SurveyUSA interviewed 1,000 city of Los Angeles adults 04/08/13 through 04/10/13. Of the adults, 840 were registered to vote. Of the registered, 478 were determined by SurveyUSA to be likely to vote in the 05/21/13 runoff. This research was conducted using blended sample, mixed mode. Respondents reachable on a home telephone (82% of likely voters) were interviewed on their home telephone in the recorded voice of a professional announcer. Respondents not reachable on a home telephone (18% of likely voters) were shown a questionnaire on their smartphone, tablet or other electronic device.

Exclusive SurveyUSA Market Research on Pittsburgh TV News Talent, Now Available to Agents and Station Managers

- 04/04/13 07:00 AM

 

SurveyUSA releases for the first time an unprecedented, in-depth look at the TV media landscape in media Market #23, Pittsburgh.

This is not stale, generic, national research pulled out of some book, with limited and dated relevance to the Pittsburgh market. This is 1,568 PDF pages of fresh, local, detailed research on the Pittsburgh media landscape, conducted March 2013, with insight nowhere else found on the Pittsburgh media market and the talent that drives it.

Which of the following stations has the best local newscast, and which has the worst?

  • KDKA, channel 2, the CBS affiliate, where Anne Linaberger is News Director
  • WTAE, channel 4, the ABC affiliate, where Justin Antoniotti is News Director
  • WPXI, channel 11, the NBC affiliate, where Mike Oliveira is News Director

And:

  • Which station has the best sports?
  • Which has the best weather?
  • Which has the best website?
  • Which is the most accurate?
  • Which gives you both sides of the story?

SurveyUSA has the answers.

Proud to be America’s Pollster®, SurveyUSA interviewed 1,000 Pittsburgh DMA adults, including 662 respondents who watch local TV news almost every day. SurveyUSA talked to those viewers, as well as to those people who told us they don’t watch local news regularly. More than 200 actualities are available for you to listen to and analyze. These real-time focus groups would cost many thousands of dollars to put together if you were to try to do it yourself.  SurveyUSA has done it for you. Here are just a few samples:

You can listen to SurveyUSA’s exclusive real-time focus groups by following the instructions below; More than 200 sound-bites have been edited into two reels.

The first reel is from people who watch Pittsburgh local news “almost every day.” We asked them what they liked and disliked, and they told us.  We have 33 minutes of actualities, queued and ready.

The second reel is from people in the Pittsburgh DMA who do not watch local TV news. We asked them why not? They told us. We have 11 minutes of actualities queued and ready.

We are pleased to make these quantitative and qualitative research findings available to the stakeholders most affected by it:

  • General Managers
  • News Directors
  • Anchors
  • On-Air Reporters
  • Talent Agents
  • Group Heads
  • Research Directors
  • Promotion Directors
  • Program Directors
  • Advertisers

Whether you’re a news director worried about slipping ratings, an agent trying to shop a client, an anchor trying to figure out if it’s time to jump to a PR gig, an advertiser wondering which station is really the best place to spend your dollars, or just an interested news junkie, there’s something here for you.

51 pointed questions, with fully crosstabbed results, giving you fascinating insights:

  • All 4 of Pittsburgh’s highest-rated on-air talents all work for the same station.
  • Among 25-54 year olds, two anchors tie for the highest rating … but they work for different stations.
  • The station with the best newscast does not have the best website.
  • One station is twice as popular among African American news viewers as it is among white news viewers.
  • The anchor given the highest rating by African Americans is tied for 7th among whites.
  • 57% of those who watch local news nearly every day say there isn’t enough coverage of their local area.
  • By margins of 3:2, viewers of two Pittsburgh stations say the stories covered on local TV news mostly don’t affect them. Viewers of the third station say, by a slim 51% – 46% majority, that the stories covered on local TV news mostly do affect them.

Every major on-air talent in the Pittsburgh media market is analyzed. Not only is each talent rated relative to his/her competitors, but the ratings for each talent are broken down by:

  • Gender
  • Age
  • Race
  • Education
  • Income

A complete, in-depth comparison of the relative strengths and weaknesses of 26 of the Pittsburgh market’s most celebrated news personalities:

  • Jennifer Abney
  • Jennifer Antkowiak
  • Joe Arena
  • Wendy Bell
  • Kevin Benson
  • Dennis Bowman
  • Darieth Chisolm
  • Mike Clark
  • Stephen Cropper
  • Rick Dayton
  • Peggy Finnegan
  • Kelly Frey
  • Janelle Hall
  • Mike Harvey
  • Demetrius Ivory
  • David Johnson
  • Susan Koeppen
  • Alby Oxenreiter
  • Bob Pompeani
  • Ken Rice
  • Stacy Smith
  • Kristine Sorensen
  • Andrew Stockey
  • Jeff Verszyla
  • Sally Wiggin
  • Michelle Wright

Your viewers rank these on-air talents from best to worst. These rankings should be especially important to CBS General Manager Chris Pike, Hearst General Manager Michael Hayes, and Cox General Manager Ray Carter.

Why trust SurveyUSA?

For 20 years, SurveyUSA has worked with local TV stations to improve their newscasts, and to help make their branding, positioning, and talent better. SurveyUSA’s entire focus is local. We understand local media markets like no other research company.

You have 2 ways to access these exclusive SurveyUSA research results

To see just the high-level results of this survey and access the answers to every question asked, click here.

Or:

To see all of the results, including the complete interactive crosstabs, which, if printed, will be 1,568 PDF pages, and to be able to listen to more than 200 actualities from Pittsburgh local news viewers and non-viewers, follow these instructions:.

In Mayor of Los Angeles Runoff, Garcetti Has Advantage over Greuel, 4 Weeks Till Early Voting Begins

SurveyUSA Operations - 03/28/13 11:53 AM

In a runoff election today for Mayor of Los Angeles, among the top 2 finishers in the 03/05/13 primary, Eric Garcetti leads Wendy Greuel 47% to 40%, according to a SurveyUSA poll conducted exclusively for KABC-TV.

There is a 23-point Gender Gap: Garcetti leads among men by 18 points. Greuel leads among women by 5 points. Garcetti leads among both whites and Latinos.

Garcetti’s coalition is broad: he leads, though in single digits, among Democrats, Independents and Republicans. He leads, though in single digits, among those with no college education, those with some college education and those with a 4-year college degree. He leads by double-digits among the least affluent. Garcetti edged Greuel by 4 points in the primary.

In the runoff for City Attorney of Los Angeles, challenger Mike Feuer builds upon his impressive 14-point primary win and today leads incumbent Carmen Trutanich in the runoff 49% to 31%. Feuer leads among young and old, male and female, white, black, Latino and Asian. Trutanich does best among the city’s least affluent voters, where he draws within 1 point of Feuer, but otherwise Feuer dominates.

Cell-phone and home-phone respondents included in this research: SurveyUSA interviewed 1,000 adults from the city of Los Angeles 03/23/13 through 03/26/13. Of the adults, 836 were registered to vote. Of the registered, 523 were determined by SurveyUSA to be likely to vote on or before the 05/21/13 runoff. Early voting begins 04/22/13. This research was conducted using blended sample, mixed mode. Respondents reachable on a home telephone (77% of likely voters) were interviewed on their home telephone in the recorded voice of a professional announcer. Respondents not reachable on a home telephone (23% of likely voters) were shown a questionnaire on their smartphone, tablet or other electronic device.

Exclusive SurveyUSA Market Research on Charlotte TV News Talent, Now Available To Agents and Station Managers

SurveyUSA Breaking News - 03/12/13 10:34 AM

 

SurveyUSA releases for the first time an unprecedented, in-depth look at the TV media landscape in media Market #25, Charlotte.

This is not stale, generic, national research pulled out of some book, with limited and dated relevance to the Charlotte market. This is 3,000 PDF pages of fresh, local, detailed research on the Charlotte media landscape, conducted March 2013, with insight nowhere else found on the Charlotte media market and the talent that drives it.

Which of the following stations has the best local newscast, and which has the worst?

  • WBTV, Channel 3, The CBS affiliate, where Dennis Milligan is News Director
  • WCNC, Channel 6, the NBC affiliate, where Corrie Harding is News Director
  • WSOC, Channel 9, the ABC affiliate, where Julie Szulczewski is News Director
  • WCCB, Channel 18, the Fox affiliate, where Angela Robbins is News Director
  • News 14, where Jim Newman is News Director

And:

  • Which station has the best sports?
  • Which has the best weather?
  • Which has the best website?
  • Which is the most accurate?
  • Which gives you both sides of the story?

SurveyUSA has the answers.

Proud to be America’s Pollster®, SurveyUSA interviewed 1,000 Charlotte DMA adults, including 641 respondents who watch local TV news almost every day.

SurveyUSA talked to your viewers. SurveyUSA listened to what they told us. Here’s a sample:

  • “Too many wrecks, robberies and rapes.”
  • “It’s all about house fires and murders.”
  • “The weather reports are a joke – just awful.”
  • “The directors on WBT morning news should all be fired.”
  • “The world is always ending … right after this commercial message.”
  • “We are not kindergartners.”
  • “Not enough South Carolina news.”
  • “WBT ignores South Carolina.”
  • “Too focused on Charlotte.”
  • “I’m sick of hearing about Duke.”
  • “It’s disgusting to hear so many liberal views.”
  • “Too many commercials.”
  • “More time on commercials than on the news.”
  • “Every other thing is an ad.”
  • “Too much emphasis on race car drivers.”
  • “I hate the word ‘now.’ When a sentence starts with now, I change the channel.”
  • “Steve Udelson should find a new line of work.”
  • “You should have more stories about God’s miracles, and please, get rid of the President.”

You can listen to SurveyUSA’s exclusive real-time focus groups right here. Dozens of sound-bites have been edited into two reels.

The first reel is from people who watch Charlotte local news “almost every day.” We asked them what they liked and disliked, and they told us.  We have 22 minutes of actualities, queued and ready.

The second reel is from people in the Charlotte DMA who do not watch local TV news. We asked them why not? They told us. We have 12 minutes of actualities queued and ready.

To listen, just press the orange “PLAY” arrow, below.

This real-time focus group would cost many thousands of dollars to put together if you were to try to do it yourself.  SurveyUSA has done it for you.

We are pleased to make these quantitative and qualitative research findings available to the stakeholders most affected by it:

  • General Managers
  • News Directors
  • Anchors
  • On-Air Reporters
  • Talent Agents
  • Group Heads
  • Research Directors
  • Promotion Directors
  • Program Directors
  • Advertisers

Whether you’re a news director worried about slipping ratings, an agent trying to shop a client, an anchor trying to figure out if it’s time to jump to a PR gig, an advertiser wondering which station is really the best place to spend your dollars, or just an interested news junkie, there’s something here for you.

75 pointed questions, with fully crosstabbed results, giving you fascinating insight into:

  • 3 of Charlotte’s 4 highest-rated on-air talents all work for the same station.
  • That station with the 3 highest rated talents is not the #1 rated news station in Charlotte.
  • Women are drawn to WBTV.
  • Men are drawn to WSOC.
  • WBTV viewers are a little older.
  • WSOC viewers are a little younger.
  • Overwhelmingly, minorities see one station as the best in town.
  • The #1 rated news station in Charlotte also has the best weather.
  • But who has the best sports?
  • Who has the best website?
  • Which station attracts the area’s least affluent viewers?
  • Which station has 3 times as many rich viewers as poor viewers?
  • Which station has twice as many college grads as it has high-school grads?
  • Does anyone turn first to the Charlotte Observer when they are looking for local news?

Every major on-air talent in the Charlotte media market is analyzed. Not only is each talent rated relative to his/her competitors, but the ratings for each talent are broken down by:

  • Gender
  • Age
  • Race
  • Education
  • Income

A complete, in-depth comparison of the relative strengths and weaknesses of 43 of the Charlotte market’s most celebrated news personalities:

  • Allison Latos
  • Al Conklin
  • Blair Miller
  • Brad Panovich
  • Brigida Mack
  • Chris Clark
  • Christine Nelson
  • Christine Noel
  • Claudine Chalfant
  • Dave Wagner
  • Delano Little
  • Derek James
  • Dion Lim
  • Eric Thomas
  • Erica Bryant
  • Gary Stephenson
  • Ira Cronin
  • Israel Balderas
  • Jamie Boll
  • Jeff Crum
  • Jim Connors
  • John Carter
  • Johnny Chappell
  • Keith Monday
  • Kelli Bartik
  • Kellie Patterson
  • Larry Sprinkle
  • Marti Skold
  • Maureen O’Boyle
  • Mike Solarte
  • Molly Grantham
  • Morgan Fogarty
  • Natalie Pasquarella
  • Paul Cameron
  • Peter Daut
  • Reg Taylor
  • Rob Boisvert
  • Scott Wickersham
  • Sonja Gantt
  • Steve Udelson
  • Tera Blake
  • Terrance Bates
  • Tiffany Wright

Your viewers rank these on-air talents from best to worst. These rankings are especially important to two of the most important men in Charlotte, Raycom General Manager Nick Simonette and Cox General manager Joe Pomilla. The research results are nowhere near as encouraging for Belo General manager Tim Morrissey.

Why trust SurveyUSA?

For 20 years, SurveyUSA has worked with local TV stations to improve their newscasts, and to help make their branding, positioning, and talent better. SurveyUSA’s entire focus is local. We understand local media markets like no other research company.

You have 2 ways to access these exclusive SurveyUSA research results

To see just the high-level results of this survey and access the answers to every question asked, click here.

Or:

To see all of the results, including the complete interactive crosstabs, which, if printed, will be 3,000 PDF pages, follow these instructions:.

SurveyUSA Extends Research Services to Newspapers; Teams with Industry Veteran Goldstrom to Head Growth

SurveyUSA Operations - 02/25/13 06:00 AM

CLIFTON NJ – February 25, 2013:  SurveyUSA®, one of the nation’s largest public opinion pollsters and most innovative market research firms, today announces that for the first time, SurveyUSA’s services will be available to America’s top newspapers and their web and mobile platforms on a subscription or a la carte basis.

“SurveyUSA is an invaluable, new resource for every multi-platform newspaper,” says SurveyUSA CEO Jay H Leve.

While SurveyUSA has polled over the past 20 years for many of the nation’s most respected newspapers, that business came to SurveyUSA from word-of-mouth referral, and never as the result of any proactive sales and marketing effort.

Today is the first day that SurveyUSA will assign full-time resources to help America’s premiere publications transition from print to digital multi-platform.

“As America’s marquee content companies grow their web and mobile presences, it’s more important than ever for them to measure Return on Investment,” Leve says. “SurveyUSA is uniquely set up to help content companies make sure each platform is pulling its own weight. Our hyper-local focus is 100% in sync with a modern newspaper’s growth strategy.”

Heading the expansion will be Mort Goldstrom, a newspaper-industry sales and marketing veteran, who joins SurveyUSA as Senior Vice President of Business Development. Goldstrom was most recently a Vice President at the Newspaper Association of America, and prior to that served in management capacities at Dow Jones and Knight Ridder.

“Mort Goldstrom is the exact right person to make sure every multi-platform newspaper in America is getting the best possible ROI for each platform,” Leve says. “SurveyUSA has a great story to tell. Starting today, newspaper publishers and newsroom executives will have their first chance to hear it.”

Leve and Goldstrom have known each other professionally for 30 years.

About SurveyUSA: SurveyUSA, America’s Ticker®, conducts full-service research for media, government, academic and corporate clients under exclusive contract. Publishers turn to SurveyUSA for local advertising recall studies, local readership research and digital effectiveness surveys. Innovative and nimble, SurveyUSA has completed 36,000 local research projects and has interviewed 25 million Americans, touching 1 in every 5 homes. SurveyUSA’s 20-year track record of local pre-election polling is unmatched. To learn more about SurveyUSA, click here.

 

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