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Featured Poll: 2014 Summer Movies:

This summer brings an unusually large number of sequels, re-boots, and stage-to-screen products to movie theaters in the U.S. We pick 8 of them for our summertime poll: Which ones will you see in theaters, wait for home release, or skip altogether?

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Recent Blog Posts

Our Economic Sentiment Quarterly Report is Out (Q2 2014)

In the second quarter of 2014, consumer confidence was up… a little… for the year, but still lower than one year prior. As part of CivicScience’s partnership with Hamilton Place Strategies, our latest quarterly report on the Economic Sentiment Index (ESI) was published today. The in-depth report includes these highlights: Summary: The quarterly measure of […]

The $10 billion question: Who is the Snapchat user?

There’s a lot of new buzz surrounding Snapchat’s valuation (which we also commented on back in December 2013 in a piece co-authored with Mark Cuban). Amidst a new tech bubble, Snapchat has gone from a $3 billion valuation to $10 billion in about 9 months, with really no new revenue stream in that time. So what […]

Parents Are In No Rush To Go Back-To-School Shopping

Back-to-school ads are in full swing, trying to get parents and children into stores earlier. This year, several retailers like Target and Staples are trying different marketing tactics to lure customers in earlier and away from the competition. The question is, will retailers’ efforts pay off or do parents already have their minds made up […]

The Great Chicken Wing Debate: Part Two

Two months ago, we published some landmark research on which part of a chicken wing people preferred most. While we are still waiting on news of our Pulitzer Prize nomination for this masterpiece, our crackpot team of scientists have delved into another polarizing chicken wing debate: Blue Cheese or Ranch? To explore this exciting frontier […]