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Blog - Page 5 of 10 - Paragon Poll

7
Dec

Polls on Gun Control, Defining Terrorism After San Bernardino Shooting

Last week’s shootings in San Bernardino, as well as Savannah and Houston, have brought devastation across the country. The New York Times reports that in 2015, a total of 462 people have died and 1,314 have been injured by gun violence. Citizens, politicians and President Obama have been commenting on the tragic events. President Obama …Read More

4
Dec

How to Write Unbiased Survey Questions

Writing unbiased survey questions is the first step in ensuring your findings are actionable, and insightful.Writing a survey can be a daunting task, especially when it comes to designing the questions in a way so they don’t lead your responders. Writing leading questions not only skews the data, but it also limits what findings can …Read More

17
Nov

Why Men Shouldn’t Have Access to the Internet After 7 p.m.

The Internet is a dirty, and often scary, place. And not to point any fingers, but male’s online dating, harassment and pornography habits can be inexcusable. And these behaviors hardly compare to female’s online activity. 1) Online Dating Noticed how dating online is becoming more socially accepted? Well, that’s probably because 40 million people have …Read More

20
Oct

Halloween Data: Trick or Treating in Decline?

Halloween seems like it’s just around the corner, but will kids be trick-or-treating around your block? The October 31st holiday invites costumes, candy and creativity for youths and adults. Yet, while children playing dress up and collecting candy sounds like a timeless tradition, the number of Americans that celebrate Halloween have been decreasing. Halloween data …Read More

29
Sep

Twitter Tests Polling in Latest Experiment

Tweeting opinions may become even easier. Twitter confirmed with Variety that they are testing a new native polling feature. In this phase, it is only available—in beta— to select users. While testing does not guarantee implementation, it’s likely that Twitter will pursue the polling option, for all users, to boost engagement rates. It’s rare for …Read More