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SurveyMonkey Audience Consumer Insights Tracking Study: November 2012

SurveyMonkey Audience Consumer Insights Tracking Study: November 2012

Now that the gift-giving season is officially here, you may have noticed other shoppers strolling into your local business and paying with a daily deal like those offered by Groupon or Living Social. So what is the deal with daily deals? Think they’re a new-fangled consumer trend or are they really here to stay? One activity for sure that has definitely proven its staying power- game console ownership! Now that many households report owning a console, SurveyMonkey Audience set out to discover which of the most popular devices they own. For the answers to these questions and more, check out our latest monthly SurveyMonkey Audience Consumer Insights Tracking Study for November!


We’ve been sharing these monthly tracking reports since June 2012 and we’d love to get your thoughts on this ongoing project. Be sure to check it out and if there’s a certain topic you think we should be covering just let us know in the comments section below, or email us your suggestions at

Have fun with your holiday shopping and keep an eye out for our next month’s tracker!

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