According the MRI Cord Evolution research, two-thirds of Hispanic TV Consumers intend to keep their pay TV subscriptions.
To empower accurate planning and buying, GfK MRI has released 29 political targets based on its rich, top quality data on US consumers. Incorporating US voter roll data, the segments allow advertisers to target people by voting behaviors, party affiliation, ideological identification, and their stance on social issues.
GfK is strengthening its focus on in-store testing with the hiring of Thomas Schmidt, a consumer insights specialist with more than 20 years’ experience in shopper research.
GfK MRI and E-Poll Market Research have jointly developed and launched a uniquely rich platform offering a granular understanding of consumer/celebrity compatibility.
According to the GfK MRI American Kids Study, virtually all (94%) children ages 6 to 11 say they influence the back-to-school items or clothes their parents buy for them.
In the first half of 2018, GfK recorded total sales of €45 billion for the global market for televisions (TV).
MRI notes with sadness the passing of one of its founders, Alain Tessier -- a "larger-than-life original" who cared passionately about clients and research quality.
Not all consumers are created equal, and so you should not spend the same amount of time tracking them all. GfK has identified a proprietary consumer segment, the Leading Edge Consumer (“LEC”), that has proven to be a group that signals “things to come” in the marketplace.
New Cord Evolution research from GfK MRI shows that almost three-quarters (71%) of all US consumers say they have cable or satellite TV service and have no plans to drop it.
The majority of TV consumers intend to keep their pay TV subscriptions. They are used to it, they find it convenient, and they rely on it to watch the shows they want to watch.
MRI’s Tech Snapshot highlights the most recent Survey of the American Consumer® (Spring 2018 report), with new insights on the shifting digital landscape.
In an all-new webinar, the trend experts at GfK Consumer Life will preview their just-released 2018 insights into people’s changing needs, beliefs, and behaviors.