It’s the start of another new month, and that means it’s time for our July recap of The Daily Q, our social series where we survey people on current events, trending topics, and more! This month we tackled space, Bennifer, crypto, customer experience, and the economy, so let’s dive in!
- NASA’s Webb Telescope sparks curiosity about the wonders universe.
In case you missed it, we’re in a new era of space exploration thanks to NASA’s Webb Telescope, which released some pretty amazing images of the early universe in July. But amongst all those planets and stars, what else out there? Our survey says we hope it's some alien friends, with another habitable planet as a close second. And, of course, we respect the 20% of people who said that they’re still trying to figure out Earth.
- We feel a bit nostalgic now that Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez are officially married.
Okay hear us out; even though some of these couples are now happily in other relationships or couples who you may think are better off apart, we’re still feeling a little wistful for our favorite couples after seeing Bennifer’s wedding pics. Our survey shows that no couple came close to the thirst to see the reunion of 90’s king and queen, Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston.
- People are shying away from investing in crypto.
The crypto market has had a tough start in 2022. In fact, according to recent Momentive research, just 13% of Americans say now is a "good time to buy.” Our poll confirms that interest has dipped.
- Word-of-mouth is king when it comes to sharing lousy customer experiences.
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- Should a recession hit, people are uncertain whether their employer will have a plan.
As the risk of a recession looms, people are unsure of their company’s plan and aren’t confident that there is one. Fear and uncertainty are part of every economic adjustment, but that doesn’t mean that they need to dominate it. It looks like employers have some work to do to keep their employees feeling supported and informed.
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