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Issue 3. March 2017 +44 (0) 20 8274 5000

2017 is flitting by and
our Spring NewsCall is
here. Welcome to our
online newsletter that
looks at interesting
happenings in the world
of telephone surveys.
Insight Show has flown past with a wave
of new enquiries, new people and new
thoughts. So here are a few “Who’d have
thunk it!” stories from the past few
months that have sprung to our
attention. Phil Bird, MD



• Two-thirds of white men without college degrees approve
• Whites' approval twice as high as other major racial, ethnic groups

Among major U.S. demographic groups, older white men without a college degree are most
likely to approve of the job Donald Trump is doing as president, according to data compiled
by Gallup Inc. Read more

SME optimism about
2017 high, despite

uncertainties says AMEX

February 19 2017, Market Business News

A survey of a representative sample SME optimism about the future is high
of senior executives and decision according to a new global survey from AMEX.
makers in over 3,200 SMEs in 15
countries – including 300 in the
United Kingdom – finds them
confident about the future
performance of their businesses and
optimistic about the economy.
Read more

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New poll shows majority of Older isn’t
necessarily wiser,
U.S. families touched by but age can change
us profoundly

Source: Sunday Mar 12, 2017, CBS NEWS Saturday 4 March 2017. THE GUARDIAN

Cancer has touched the lives of most In the autumn of 1971 a Yorkshire
American families, according to a recent landlord, Jack Showers, declared that
CBS News Poll. the New Inn at Appletreewick would be
the first non-smoking pub in the world.
Fifty-four percent of Americans say they or The consumption of tobacco on the
someone else in their immediate family has premises was banned: no pipes, cigars
been diagnosed with cancer at some point. or cigarettes. In an age when you could
Forty-six percent said no. light up on tube trains and airliners, when
you flicked ash into the gravy of just-used
Cancer seems to have affected Americans of dinner plates, when the offer of a fag was
all income levels and geographic locations, a ritual courtesy, a pub that barred
particularly Americans age 50 and over. smoking was an extraordinary
Women report having a cancer diagnosis in phenomenon: Read more
their family more often than men do.
We’ve moved
When it comes to the amount of spending by
the federal government on cancer research, We’ve just settled in to our new office
39% of Americans think there has been too at Wembley. Come and see us here
little spent compared with other medical
research -- a slightly higher percentage than 9th Floor
said so back in 2009. 1 Olympic Way
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The Insight Show was a great
success this year and the

jellyphones went down a treat
at our stand.

Just 6% Plan to Splurge Our next show will be
with Their Tax Refund Research & Results in
Munich, 25 to 26 October
March 6, 2017, PRNewswire
Saving, Spending on Necessities Hit New Highs
In the meantime, if you’d like
Just 6% of U.S. adults who expect to receive a tax to find out more or you’d like
refund this year plan to splurge on something such one of our leaflets, please get
as a vacation or shopping spree, according to a new report. in touch

The most popular uses for the money are much more
practical: save or invest it (34%), spend it on
necessities such as food or utility bills (29%) and pay
down debt (27%). Read more

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Poll: GOP should
keep money for
Medicaid expansion

What’s your point of 24 February 2017, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Add Medicaid expansion to the list of
Tell us what you think. Obama-era health care provisions that
Americans want to keep.
Send us a message on facebook, twitter,
LinkedIn, drop us a line or pick up the A new poll finds that 8 in 10 say lawmakers
phone: should preserve federal funding that has
E: [email protected] allowed states to add coverage for some 11
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@sampleanswers The survey released Friday by the
nonpartisan Kaiser Family Foundation
comes as the nation's governors gather in
Washington for their annual winter meeting,
with Medicaid much on their minds.

Read more

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