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Online Surveys - Best online survey sites. Join Live polls on current topic and express your views. Finances. Join Live polls on current topic and express your views. Online Surveys - Best online survey sites. Entertainment is the spice of life - OB BlogOB Blog. In trying to understand how people choose to entertain themselves in the 21st century, we at Opinion Bureau conducted a poll to find out their behaviour on OTT platforms.
We wanted to discover the method and the medium of entertainment people resort to — is it the good-old TV or is there a new way to binge and chill. And most importantly, we wanted to find out to what extent these mediums were successful in engaging these audiences. Out of the 963 respondents, 20.35% of them spend about 20 hours a week on OTT platforms like Hotstar and Netflix as compared to television. 23.47% and 25.13% of the respondents spend 15 hours and 10 hours respectively on these platforms while only 12.67% of them do not watch Netflix or any other OTT platform. The number of hours spent on these platforms clearly signifies the change in the consumption habits of people. Getting Down to Business, from HomeOB Blog. Businesses have already started to see the effects of the virus as malls, restaurants, movie theatres, gyms, and salons are being closed.
The only demand for goods that have sky-rocketed is that of masks and hand sanitizers (not to mention, the ones with 65% alcohol content and more only). Manufacturing units are shutting down, leaving in its wake thousands of workers unemployed. The hospitality sector has been struck gravely wherein big chains like Marriott have laid off thousands of workers on unpaid leave. Many such industries are facing such a dilemma as the nature of their work does not allow for ‘work from home’ to function. The bigger question being, whether it will work or not? On the other side, where the scenario of work from home can work has put employers in a dubious situation. In countries like India, China, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Japan with a very high population density, a call for such desperate measures was imperative. The Ever-Increasing Panic of the Pandemic.
With hundreds of people dying every day, thousands of new cases being detected every week, and literally, billions of people staying at home for months now, we are truly in unfamiliar territory.
The governments are issuing billions of funds to provide necessities and insurance for the people, but what’s worrying is the repercussions of the same on businesses. The International Monetary Fund also issued a statement wherein they estimate that this pandemic will cause a global recession in 2020 that will be much worse than the one that hit in 2008. The hospitality, tourism, aviation, and the auto industry, to just name a few, have already started to feel its impact. It has initiated a dominos effect which seems very tricky to control. To get a better insight as to what people were thinking, we at Opinion Bureau, conducted a poll with 1,479 respondents. You Reap What You Sow. Amongst the list of many activities that people have incorporated in their lifestyles, gardening is one of the things that ranks quite high with everyone.
These people are perhaps following the wise words of Audrey Hepburn – “To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow.” It is their way of dealing with all the negativity that has come with the pandemic. Conducting a series of polls on the same, we at Opinion Bureau asked 2,370 respondents about their love for gardening. The poll revealed that a solid majority of respondents (61.86%) have a deep-rooted love for gardening while some (22.24%) like plants but don’t have the right know-how to look after them and some people (11.98%) just prefer to lend a helping hand to their family members. So, here’s a tip for those who are scared: There is a plant for everyone.
All in all, gardening as a hobby has proved to be of immense help to thousands of people. If you liked the blog, please go ahead, and share it with your friends and family. Keeping Up the Social Distancing with Social Networking. Numerous studies and reports are floating on the internet to prove the spike in the use of social networking apps during the pandemic.
What’s interesting about this phenomenon, however, is that this spike in usage is across all age groups – from Gen Z to Baby Boomers. These apps have become a constant source of both succour and entertainment during the pandemic as they are convenient, easy-to-use, and one-hundred percent free. So, to get better insights into the extent to which people have been using social networking apps, we conducted a comprehensive poll with 7,991 respondents. We asked them about their most loved app and had them pick their top three from a list of eight. The most popular out of the lot are Facebook (24.49%), YouTube (23.35%), and Instagram (19.33%).
The next question in line was formulated specifically to understand the screen time of these users better. Staying Abreast of Breast Cancer. Just hearing the word ‘cancer’ will send a shiver down one's spine.
Even knowing about the advanced levels of science and technology present to treat cancer will not provide any relief. It is a disease caused by an abnormal cell division that starts destroying the body tissue. And in the case of breast cancer, this unusual cell growth occurs in the breasts. The only way to cure it accurately and swiftly is if it gets detected at an initial stage, for which a high level of awareness among people is a must. So, we at Opinion Bureau thought a poll must be conducted to gauge how informed people are about breast cancer.