IAFEI and partners Duke University and Grenoble EM regularly survey CFOs across the world. For the second quarter 2018, the poll ran from May 13 to June 7, 2018.
A survey shows that most Puerto Ricans didn't highly rate the official information coming out of the island. With the Institute of Statistics in trouble, the situation is likely not to improve.
We are often presented with surveys that claim to show how we all think on a certain subject. But how many people do you need to ask for that finding to have have any convincing meaning?
The recent Aeroplan survey offended many consumers with questions they felt normalized intolerant views. But consumer research has a long history of learning about customers' values.
The 2020 census will count same-sex couples across the US. A broader count of the LGBT population would be even better.
Most surveys are consistent in finding there is a substantial minority of the view that immigration is too high, but not a large majority.
More than 1,000 Nebraskans were asked about laws that protect business owners who refuse to serve gays or lesbians. People on either side of the issue made appeals to rights, freedom and capitalism.
The Department of Justice wants to add a citizenship question to the next census. That could mess up the Census Bureau's data and damage public trust in the system.
Perceptions in Indonesia towards LGBT as revealed in a national survey.
CFOs spend two-thirds of their waking hours working, according to a survey. The difficulty that companies are having hiring and retaining qualified employees is also at a 20-year high.
Home can be a slippery concept. But psychologists have long understood that it plays a huge role in self-identity and emotional well-being.
Some social groups are falling through the gaps of fertility data. Men, ethnic minorities and the LGBT community have explicitly been excluded from surveys.
New research reveals a happy work force is likely to increase a business's profitability.
Not everyone who could vote did vote in the voluntary postal vote on same-sex marriage. So what can we draw from the result if only four out of five eligible Australians took part?
Companies may benefit when customers create content, provide feedback and do busywork once done by paid employees, but what about the customers themselves – all of us?
Europeans are, on average, more likely than Americans to say they fear climate change. What explains the gap?
The latest data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics shows inequality declining slightly as overall incomes stagnate.
The membership base of South Africa's trade union movement has undergone significant changes which begs the question: has it moved away from its working class roots to become a middle class movement.
Australians will be asked to complete a voluntary, non-binding postal vote on marriage reform. Wouldn't it be easier - and cheaper - to do a sample survey instead?
Millions of Americans believe brown cows produce chocolate milk? The way the media reported this factoid raises questions about science literacy – but different ones than you may think.