TechnoMetrica conducts monthly surveys for the National Association of Realtors to measure consumer opinions about home buying and homeownership. The survey findings are published by the NAR on a quarterly basis.
The IBD/TIPP Poll for June gauged consumer attitudes towards Boeing in light of the recent 737 Max plane crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia.
Each month, Investor’s Business Daily and TechnoMetrica produce the IBD/TIPP Economic Optimism Index, a leading nationwide survey on consumer sentiment. In June, the Index dropped 5.4 points, to a reading of 53.2, amid growing concerns over the ongoing trade dispute between the U.S. and China.
The following article on the limits of internet privacy highlights TechnoMetrica’s research on consumer sentiment towards Facebook and its handling of personal data.
In April 2019, TechnoMetrica surveyed U.S. consumers on their concerns over the privacy of their personal data on Facebook. As highlighted in the following article from Investor’s Business Daily, our poll found that more than one in ten (11 percent) Americans have stopped using Facebook due to privacy concerns.
Since 2012, Investor’s Business Daily and TechnoMetrica have collaborated on an annual study measuring investors’ sentiment towards their online brokers in regards to critical service areas. The following press release reveals the brokerage firms that topped the list of Best Online Brokers in 2019.
Fox News recognized the IBD/TIPP Poll as one of two political polls to call the 2016 presidential election correctly.
The following piece from Investor's Business Daily acknowledges TIPP's accuracy in correctly forecasting the 2016 presidential election for Donald Trump.
In 2013, the news organization Politico named Raghavan Mayur, the president of TechnoMetrica, as one of its “50 Politicos to Watch.” The piece explores Mr. Mayur’s successful approach to political polling during presidential elections.
The following article appeared in Bloomberg Businessweek, and highlights TechnoMetrica’s track record of accuracy in forecasting the results of U.S. presidential elections. The piece also provides insight into the firm’s polling methodology.