When our research team at SurveyMonkey releases a poll with one of our media partners or publishes our weekly Trump approval numbers, we’re using data collected with our unique methodology. About 3 million people take...Read More →
People often shy away from asking about sexuality and gender in surveys. What if you say the wrong thing or use the wrong term? What if you offend someone? These are understandable concerns.
As survey...Read More →
The national economy relies on business profits, GDP growth, and technological change driving new industries forward—but what drives all of those factors? Confidence. Why does the stock market fall after a shocking election? Why...Read More →
First impressions matter—not only when you’re meeting new people, but when it comes to survey writing, too.
Before clicking into your survey, respondents have very little context as to what it’s about or why they’re...Read More →