Op4G Blog

Top of the Class: How Op4G Supports University Research

Posted by Meghan Sullivan on July 10, 2017
What do Harvard, Duke, and the University of Arizona have in common? For one thing, they are among the 335 US research universities engaged in “highest, higher, or moderate research activities”. Combined, these 335 universities spent a reported $68.8 billion on research and development in 2015!
 
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Topics: Events, Consumer Research, University Research

Op4G Survey Finds Americans Want Hot Dogs with Cleaner Ingredients

Posted by Katie Duncan on July 5, 2017

We hope everyone enjoyed their 4th of July! As the mid-summer point approaches, a recent Op4G survey found that while hot dogs are a summertime favorite food, 1/3 of Americans feel guilty buying them. Op4G’s diverse consumer panel broke down why Americans feel the way they do about hot dogs. The results are quite interesting and helped our client understand key aspects on their target consumers and competitor's products. Take a look at the infographic below for more information on consumer attitudes towards hot dogs!

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Topics: Surveys, Consumer Research, Infographic

The Donor Mindset Study II: American Donors Are Far Less Generous Than They Think

Posted by Madeline Warren on May 25, 2017
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Topics: Surveys, Non-Profit, Consumer Research

Lego Builds Female Fanbase (and Revenues) Thanks to Market Research

Posted by Meghan Sullivan on May 17, 2017

 

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Topics: Market Research, Consumer Research