Post Profile

Americans Think Facebook Is Worse for Society Than McDonald’s or Walmart

Facebook is worse for society than either McDonald’s or Walmart, according to a survey of 2,000 Americans published by market research agency Honest Data. Those surveyed were asked to pick from Marlboro, Walmart, Facebook, McDonald’s, and Coca-Cola and state which had the worst impact on society. 43 percent of respondents chose the tobacco brand Marlboro, […]
read more


Related Posts

The Ad Industry Is Mediocre or Worse At Hiring Diverse Talent, Study Finds

Media / Media Industry News : Adweek

According to new data released by the American Association of Advertising Agencies, 74 percent of 4A's members surveyed feel agencies are either mediocre or worse when it comes to hiring a diverse group of employees. Breaking down t...

What’s Hot Now? | Materials Survey 2018

Education / Library & Research :

What’s hot, what’s not, and how much does it cost? That’s what LJ first asked two decades ago when it launched its annual book-buying survey of U.S. public libraries. With today’s media mostly on the horizon, the survey initially dw...

Survey Says: US Consumers Most Unhappy With Facebook

Technology : ReadWriteWeb

The 2011 American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) E-Business Report was published today and the survey of 70,000 US consumers found Facebook to be the least satisfying of the largest social sites on the web. Only 66% of responden...

Americans say Facebook is worse for society than Walmart or McDonald's

Technology / Technology Industry News : Silicon Alley Insider

A survey of 2,000 Americans showed people believe Facebook has more negative effects on society than Walmart or McDonald's. Facebook has spent the last several months working to eliminate fake news from users' feeds. Former Facebook...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC