Latest findings in Omnibus Research

The short-term rental site, Airbnb, has been waging a legal battle with the New York attorney general at the same time as waging a promotional “hearts and mind” campaign for the support of New York City residents. While the site is not illegal, many Airbnb rentals fall foul of New ...
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July 11th marks the 100th anniversary of American baseball player Babe Ruth’s baseball debut. Although a lot has changed since Babe Ruth’s Major League Baseball debut, nearly 3 out of 5 Americans (58%) claim to be a fan of the sport often referred to as “America’s National Pastime.” Nearly 7 ...
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When asked which brands were official FIFA World Cup sponsors, Americans correctly recognized Coca Cola (21%), McDonalds (19%), and Adidas (16%) as sponsors. Rates are higher amongst those who have watched at least one FIFA World Cup game and Coca Cola (48%), Adidas (45%) and McDonalds (40%) remain the most ...
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Rakesh Agrawal had a very short-lived career at PayPal after accidently posting unflattering comments about colleagues publicly on his Twitter account.  He claimed that they were intended as private messages but his new smartphone had confused him. Most Americans believe that it is appropriate for companies to censure staff for ...
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American professionals are more career focused than their British counterparts, and are far more likely to use social media to build their networks, share knowledge and look for jobs. YouGov surveyed nationally representative samples of working adults in the US and UK, and found that over half (51%) of American ...
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