Teens in the US are split when it comes to trusting the advertisements they see, read or hear.
When asked what activities they would conduct for the majority of time they were in a self-driving car, unsurprisingly, 39% of baby boomers said they would not ride in a self-driving car at all.
Teens and younger millennials are still more likely to trust self-driving cars, while very few baby boomers do.
Americans are more likely to trust news that they read about in the ewspaper or see on TV than they are to trust what they read online.
When it comes to rating the honest and ethical standards of people in various professions, American adults rate medical professionals highly.
The difference between a good and bad reputation can have a huge impact on consumers’ purchase and recommendation likelihood.
This infographic from Websitebuilder.org illustrates the facts and importance of online consumer reviews and ratings to a wide variety of businesses.
The restaurant and computer industries enjoy the best net perception among US adults.
40% of C-suite executives consume thought leadership content on a daily basis.
Young Americans are ‘less enthusiastic’ about the news than their older counterparts, and are less voracious consumers of news.