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[INFOGRAPHIC] What’s Driving Total Market Automobile Buying Trends In 2017?

Autonomous automobile technology is driving innovation in an industry hit hard by big economic swings and government bailouts. But the light at the end of the tunnel resides in consumers’ acceptance of newer technologies like driverless vehicles and less dependence on gasoline. At ThinkNow Research, we wanted to explore consumers’ attitudes toward these changes and how they impact vehicle purchasing habits.

How African-Americans Are Driving Automotive Technology Trends

The automotive industry is showing early signs of becoming one of 2017’s fastest evolving industries. Electricity and hydrogen now power our vehicles straight out of the pages of a sci-fi thriller down paved streets that turn into our driveways. To better understand what’s driving this change, ThinkNow Research surveyed a representative sample of U.S. Hispanics, African-Americans, Asians, and non-Hispanic whites regarding their vehicle purchasing habits. ThinkNow Drive™ is our latest research study that focuses on automobile buying trends and habits.

[Podcast] African-American Millennials’ Media & Technology Use

Pepper Miller weighs in on the findings of the Hispanic Millennial Project, African-American focus African-American Millennials cemented their position as trendsetters in the media and technology space in 2016. But this cohort has been setting the tone for the conversations feeding social media and the web at large with an influence that vastly outweighs its user base for some time now. But it’s not just social media.

African-American Millennials – Media and Technology Habits

Top 3 Findings From The Hispanic Millennial Project African-American Millennials cemented their position as trendsetters in the media and technology space in 2016. But this cohort has been setting the tone for the conversations feeding social media and the web at large with an influence that vastly outweighs its user base for some time now. But it’s not just social media.

[Podcast] Fast Food Restaurants Report 2016

What Are Consumers Lovin’ About Fast Food? Maybe Not What You Think. The fast food industry is projected only to grow about 2% annually over the next five years according to IBIS World. As a result, many top fast food chains have tried to meet the challenge of presenting menu items for price-sensitive customers who want healthy options. However, is that what they really want? ThinkNow Research conducted a nationwide survey researching 600N Hispanics, 250N African-Americans, 250N Asian, and 250N non-Hispanic whites on the topic of fast food. We found that “great tasting food” is the most important factor in choosing which quick service restaurant to go to.

3 Reasons Brands Should Focus On Hispanics And African-Americans

The Consumer Confidence Index hit 92.2 in February, from a revised 97.8 in January, the Conference Board said. That’s lower than the 97.3 expected by analysts, and the lowest level since July, according to Thomson Reuters. We recently conducted our annual consumer sentiment study with readable base sizes of Hispanics, African-Americans, Asians, and non-Hispanic whites. A segmented view of the cohorts paints a different picture and emphasizes why 2016 is an ideal year to shift some spend to Hispanics.

[Podcast] African-American Consumer Sentiment Unsurpassed In Total Market

Earlier this year, ThinkNow Research conducted its annual consumer sentiment study among a representative sample of U.S. Hispanics, African-Americans, Asians, and non-Hispanic whites. This is the third year we have conducted this study, and it has now become one of the most widely cited consumer sentiment studies for its focus on multicultural consumers.

African-American Consumer Sentiment Unsurpassed In Total Market

Earlier this year, ThinkNow Research conducted its annual consumer sentiment study among a representative sample of U.S. Hispanics, African-Americans, Asians, and non-Hispanic whites. This is the third year we have conducted this study and it has now become one of the most widely cited consumer sentiment studies for its focus on multicultural consumers.