Consumer Research Around Cannabis understands the importance of producing reliable and credible research. The details of what makes up our research are simple, but meaningful.
Clients are provided with insights gathered for syndicated research and/or proprietary custom research.
Consumer Research Around Cannabis conducts regularly scheduled surveys in major markets across the US, as well as the Greater Toronto Area in Ontario, Canada. Topics include a broad range of category targets, including:
The individual market studies can be aggregated in multiple ways:
Consumer Research Around Cannabis provides a proprietary service to meet clients’ specific, custom research needs.
Proprietary research is cost effective because Consumer Research Around Cannabis re-surveys original respondents that participated in the previously collected syndicated data. The efficiencies are due to the fact that the syndicated data already has wealth of information gathered (demos, lifestyles, attitude, product usage, etc.) which doesn’t need to be collected a second time during any follow-up custom/proprietary research studies.
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The company strongly believes it has a responsibility to clients that are making decisions using the data supplied by Consumer Research Around Cannabis. That commitment to produce the best possible research involves applying quality principles in our methodology. Consumer Research Around Cannabis conducts more than 110,000 surveys annually in 85+ US markets, as well as the Greater Toronto Area.
The majority of survey data is collected through online panels and web intercepts. Particular effort is made to gather insights from hard to reach respondents. Typically these demos include:
Landline and mobile-only telephone calls are used to supplement research as needed in these important, often hard-to-retrieve demographic groups.
Surveys are conducted semi-annually in the 45 largest markets, and annually in the remaining markets. This facilitates the ability to trend all of Consumer Research Around Cannabis’s categories including demographics, lifestyles, and attitudes.
Markets surveys are defined by:
Data can be broken down to the county and zip code level.
In metropolitan areas that cross state lines, interviews are tailored to adhere to state laws, eliminating suspicion of any potential legal entrapment.
Consumer Research Around Cannabis’s large samples vary between 600+ surveys in the smallest markets, to 4,000+ surveys in the largest markets such as New York and Los Angeles.
Surveys are rigidly controlled to assure all questions are answered, and as a result there is virtually no ascription in the data.
Quality in research is simple, yet imperative. Easy-to-understand data must be provided in an accessible format. Doing so allows decision-makers to analyze research themselves, to decipher what the market is communicating.
Data is available in two modes:
Greater Metropolitan Areas include major cities and their surrounding suburbs and outlying counties.
Current Markets: Highlighted in Green
Markets Coming Soon: Listed in Gray
**OTHER MARKETS ARE AVAILABLE UPON CLIENT REQUEST
|GREATER METROPOLITAN AREAS (MARKETS)|
|ALBUQUERQUE-SANTA FE (coming soon)||NM|
|ATLANTA (coming soon)||GA|
|DALLAS-FORT WORTH (coming soon)||TX|
|FORT MYERS-NAPLES (coming soon)||FL|
|HOUSTON (coming soon)||TX|
|INDIANAPOLIS (coming soon)||IN|
|*Surveys as of January 2018|
|GREATER METROPOLITAN AREAS (MARKETS)|
|LOS ANGELES-ORANGE COUNTY-RIVERSIDE||CA|
|MIAMI-FT. LAUDERDALE (coming soon)||FL|
|NORFOLK-PORTSMOUTH-NEWPORT NEWS-VIRGINIA BEACH||VA|
|RENO (coming soon)||NV|
|SALT LAKE CITY||UT|
|SAN ANTONIO (coming soon)||TX|
|SAN FRANCISCO-SAN JOSE (coming soon)||CA|
|SEATTLE-TACOMA (coming soon)||WA|
|TOLEDO (coming soon)||OH|
|TORONTO GTA (coming soon!)||ON|
|WEST PALM BEACH (coming soon)||FL|
Consumer Research Around Cannabis understands that businesses may have their own databases or customer research. Merging of these third-party databases could make the information even more valuable.
Consumer Research Around Cannabis has the capability to merge these databases, as long as there are sufficient common hooks to link the data.