Swing Voters Midterm Elections 2018

5 Things You Should Know About Swing Voters Ahead of the 2018 Midterm Elections

We put Swing Voters under a microscope as part of our Digital Dynamic National Consumer Survey, and identify the top 5 things to know about these voters...

Fashionable Youth Using Allowances for Clothing Purchases

The Simmons Youth Study measures the attitudes and consumer behaviors of those kids and teens aged 6-17. In this blog post we explored how kids spending their allowances...

The Cryptocurrency Craze

On Wednesday, we released our State of Consumer Financial Services report highlighting the changing digital payments and currencies sector. In the report, cryptocurrency owners are touted for...
Likely Voters Midterm Elections 2018

How the Preferences of Likely Voters Could Impact the Midterm Elections

Simmons Research examined those Americans indicating that they were the most likely to vote in the 2018 midterm elections, as part of our Digital Dynamic National Consumer Survey, an online expansion of our long-running mail survey...

Why Financial Services Companies Aren’t the Only Ones Who Need to Look at Digital Payments and Currencies

While the buzz of cryptocurrencies has faded into the background, the fact that the consumer financial landscape is changing rapidly has not...

ESports Extravaganza

For this week’s Fun Fact Friday, we thought we’d take a look at Esports fans, specifically the social elements of Esports using data from our 2018 Sports Fan and Engagement Study...
consumer opinion on fake news

Rise of the Doubters: Consumers Weigh-in on Fake News and Media Trustworthiness

Simmons Research conducted a survey of American adults in order to learn how much Americans at large trust the media...
weight watchers rebrand

Weight Watchers, Wellness and Consumer Targeting

This week has been all about the rebrands. From donuts getting dropped like hot potatoes to Weight Watchers shedding the weight of extra letters...
The Story Behind Numbers Alma Blog

The Hidden Stories Behind Numbers

In my (many) years working with the Hispanic segment in the U.S., one constant criticism has been the relative lack of reliable data to support marketers’ decision-making process. I believe that...