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Monthly Archives: January 2016

Millennials in the Media: Week of January 25, 2016

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By Lauren Coates Election years are always a busy time at Anderson Robbins Research. With the Iowa Caucus happening this Monday, it is especially hectic. So, when preparing to write my weekly post about Millennials in the media this week, … Continue reading

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The Democratic Race Tightens, Our President has the Scoop

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By Francy Wade On Friday, Fox News released our latest poll. It found Hillary Clinton’s national lead in the Democratic primary race has narrowed to its slimmest margin yet. Our President, Chris Anderson, provided analysis for Fox News online. Check out … Continue reading

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Kicking Off Our Millennials in the Media Series

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By Lauren Coates At Anderson Robbins Research, we are constantly collecting information on various demographics and trends in the business world. One of the most fascinating is the Millennial generation. Every week on this blog we will be sharing a … Continue reading

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Anderson Robbins Gives Back: CEO Chairs Gala for March of Dimes Massachusetts

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By Francy Wade Worldwide, 15 million babies are born prematurely each year. More than half a million are from the U.S. and 8,300 of them are in Massachusetts. These particular statistics came to life in 2006 for Jennifer Robbins, co-founder … Continue reading

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Out & About with Anderson Robbins: A Review of New England Marketing Research Association Conference

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As a market research professional if you aren’t keeping up with new techniques and trends, you probably aren’t very good at your job. The New England Marketing Research Association (NEMRA) holds semi-annual conferences allowing those in our field to connect, exchange and learn new ways of making research useful to our clients. Continue reading

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Digging deeper: Uncovering American’s attitudes toward community colleges with WGBH

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At Anderson Robbins we often find ourselves sandwiched between news makers and news organizations. Our data is the meat in that sandwich. This summer we partnered with WGBH to help its listeners and viewers better understand people’s attitudes toward community college education. Interest in the topic of community colleges had been heightened after a recent announcement from the White House. Continue reading

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Safety in numbers: Our data helps regulate nurse staffing levels

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Have you ever been sitting behind your desk at work, when your eyes start to cross after your long nine-hour day? What if it weren’t a computer and instead you were standing behind a heart monitor in the intensive care unit? What if your shift were 16-hours hours long and overnight? What if being overworked meant medical mistakes and lives lost. This is exactly the crisis the Michigan Nurses Association recently set out to solve. Continue reading

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