Existing empirical research on voters’ responses to individual politicians’ moral transgressions pays limited attention to moral emotions, although moral emotions are an integral part of voters’ moral judgment.
Month: October 2021
The reality of returning to physical work spaces is proving a disappointment for many employees, according to new research from BambooHR, the industrys leading cloud-hosted software provider dedicated to powering the strategic evolution of human resources.
According to Discover’s annual Credit Health survey, Parents are the most likely source of credit score knowledge
Consumer confidence among U.S. Hispanics remained mostly stable in the third quarter, despite the supply-chain crisis, increased labor movement activities, and other economic turmoil.
New survey from Onfido and Okta reveals pressure is mounting on businesses as customers need for speed allows no room for compromise on security or experience
We’ve got another industry news episode this week. Our CEO Paul chats to Tom, EVP & Managing Director Americas @ Dynata. The two cover all things high quality research, how Dynata is working with their partners and clients to consistently deliver high quality insights, and what other research companies need to do to keep pace…
Our data showed that 16% of Americans surveyed have already received the booster shot; 82% plan to get a booster; and 79% think it’s important for their booster to be the same brand as their initial vaccine. Watch the clip below.
The most common form of poor customer service, according to 56% of those surveyed, was long wait times, and 70% of respondents said its harder to reach a real person now than it was during the beginning of the pandemic.
The nationwide survey results, fielded by Dynata, offer brands and retailers actionable insights as the upcoming holiday season kicks into gear amid supply chain challenges and ongoing concerns for the COVID-19 Delta variant.
More than one-in-three workers (38%) would like to see their employer require proof of vaccination before re-opening their workplace, while a similar percentage (34%) consider the behavior of their coworkers their first or second concern about on-site work.