The report was based on data from 168,216 responses to a running survey conducted between January and June 2020.
Some 74% of respondents say they are motivated to take surveys from brands if they are being rewarded, and 57% say they are motivated to take surveys simply because they want to share their opinions.
Some 81% of respondents say their participation in surveys has an impact on brands, and 81% also say their participation in surveys has an impact on products.
About the research: The report was based on data from 168,216 responses to a running survey conducted between January and June 2020.
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