Supplement the National Consumer Study and National Hispanic Consumer Study with consumer segmentation tools. These resources – a few of which are offered free of charge to clients – provide a more granular picture and understanding of the American consumer.
We have the following segmentation systems available:
Discover five distinct clusters that are based on consumer attitudes and opinions on vehicles and driving.
Better understand the sensitivity levels that your customers have when it comes to privacy.
Understand how much U.S. households spend annually on discretionary goods and services. This includes items such as alcohol, education, reading, personal care, apparel, dining out, donations, household furniture, and numerous forms of entertainment.
Understand how different segments of the U.S. population evaluate their personal financial situation and how marketers need to evolve their messaging strategies to make it all work in the real economy.
Gain deep insights into Americans' diverse eating habits and attitudes about food.
Understand the distinctive mindset of consumers towards the environment .
Precisely understand the state of health of consumer targets by gaining vivid insights into consumers’ health and diet attitudes and motivations, behaviors and lifestyles.
Gain superior insights into Americans’ world of communication, information and entertainment needs.
Understand the impact of TV and movie product placement on your target consumers.
Understand the unique shopping habits and attitudes of your target consumers.
Understand the mindset of American consumers providing vivid detail of their use and adoption of technology.
Precisely target the most influential consumers and tailor your messages for each of the different Tipping Point Segments.
Easily segment your target consumers by understanding their credit worthiness across all three major credit reporting companies.
Get unparalleled insight on the differences and similarities between consumers based on their body characteristics: food preferences, self-image, health, psychographic profiles, lifestyle characteristics, and media usage preferences.
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