Surveys can be a great way to get insight into a topic or even get insight about your target demographic, according to a new survey that asks respondents to make their own survey.
The survey, conducted by market research firm Target, asks people how much they spend on research in the United States, Canada, and Mexico, which could suggest that they’re interested in buying a particular type of product.
Target surveyed 1,000 US adults between May and July, asking them how much research they were doing and how much money they were spending.
The survey included questions about research funding, whether they are using research products or just doing their own, and how often they had research sessions.
Survey research has a long history in the US, and Target is not the first to ask Americans about their research habits.
But Target said the survey is a good way to look into what people think about research, as well as how they’re spending their money.
“We hope this survey will inform future survey research that targets and educates the public about the costs and benefits of research and the benefits of its implementation,” Target said in a statement.
While Target’s survey may not have found the answer to whether or not people are using a certain type of research product, it does suggest that the public is starting to think about how to make the research process as efficient as possible.