Gallup’s tracker showed that only 45% of the American public said that they approved of the job Donald Trump was doing, with an equal number disapproving.
Of the eight events that the Pew Research Center tracked since the beginning of last year, there were two when the reaction on Twitter paralleled public opinion.
The reaction on Twitter to Obama’s second inaugural address and his 2012 State of the Union was not nearly as positive as public opinion.
In some instances, the Twitter reaction was more pro-Democratic or liberal than the balance of public opinion.
Women were 11% more likely to consider Buying American important when purchasing major appliances (79% vs. 71%).
The Twitter conversation does not tend to be exclusively more liberal or conservative than general public opinion, but it does seem to be quite negative at points.
Asked the types of movies they like to see most in theaters, 61% of American moviegoers chose action and adventure flicks, with comedy (50%) rating as the second-most popular.
79% of Americans believe that the technology industry has a positive reputation.
7 in 10 of Americans believe that with hard work they can accomplish anything, while 28% believe that success is dependent upon factors like connections, inherited wealth and sheer luck.
via marketingcharts.com Presented with the choice, 69% of Americans would rather be people-savvy than tech-savvy, finds Ipsos Open Thinking Exchange (OTX) in June 2012 survey results. Women in particular would rather be people-savvy, 14% more likely than men to display this preference (73% vs. 64%). Ipsos suggests marketers take note of these consumer preferences to […]