Research/Polls

Degrees of Spending

July 22, 2014

Education is a key influencer of consumer behavior that often reveals interesting patterns in the different ways Americans spend their money. Based on data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, discover how your spending likely compares to others using the visualization below. There is a very informative infographic available with an interactive look at spending […]

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SteelHouse Reveals 10 Most Common ‘Shopping Personalities’ – Insight that Helps Boost eCommerce Revenue

June 15, 2011

Helps eCommerce Marketers Target Their Offers to Increase Response Rates to Offers and On-Site Messages to Consumers SAN DIEGO (June 15, 2011) – Behavioral Commerce pioneer SteelHouse (www.SteelHouse.com) today unveiled the 10 most common consumer shopping personalities, giving eCommerce marketers insight into what kinds of shoppers help increase their sales. SteelHouse unveiled the Top 10 […]

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GetRichSlowly.org Launches Lottery Simulator to Show Dismal Returns on Frequent Play

March 30, 2011

March 30 2011 (Foster City, CA) – In honor of April Fools’ Day, GetRichSlowly.org releases “The Lottery: An ’Investment’ for Fools” with a bonus lottery simulator. GetRichSlowly.org founder and editor J.D. Roth explains why playing the lottery with an expectation of a positive payoff is foolish – and that nearly any common investment would do […]

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Quarter of Americans Don’t Trust Charities

January 24, 2011

New research from America’s leading discount site reveals that a quarter of Americans ‘don’t trust’ charities; with a fifth also admitting that they would purposely avoid charity collectors in the street. The research, conducted by America’s leading discount site www.CouponCodes4U.com, was conducted on 7,587 members of the US public. The site wanted to discover the […]

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Average American spends a whole week every year shopping

December 1, 2010

Research by America’s leading coupon code and discount website has revealed that the average American spends 3.5 hours every week shopping for items such as groceries, clothing and other products, a number that equates to around 7 and a half days every year. A new poll by the leading coupon code site in the US […]

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Education at Early Age Improves Consumer Confidence in Financial Knowledge

September 23, 2010

Role Model Key to Financial Literacy Success; However, One-in-Five Polled Either Cite Celebrities or No One as a Role Model CHERRY HILL, N.J., and PORTLAND, Maine – August 2010 – Consumers with strong financial knowledge begin saving earlier and are more confident in their everyday financial tasks, according to the TD Bank Financial Literacy Poll […]

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Web Searches Reveal Americans Seeking Personal Finance Help

September 21, 2010

Americans Looking to Retire Rich but 401K Hardship Searches Spiking on Yahoo! It seems consumers are all across the board in regards to the economy and their future financial plans, and Yahoo! users are no different as they turn to the web to seek financial advice.  Yahoo! looked at the most searched personal finance topics including searches for “how […]

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