For Fortune Magazine, we conducted a study of 1031 US adults from April 2 and 5th with the goal of understanding the rising cost in home renovations brought on by the pandemic. Our study was cited in a recent article about the massive price surge in lumber, as a direct result of its scarcity as a building material. One of the major issues stems from “Softwood lumber from Canada, a favorite among U.S. homebuilders, is particularly constrained right now. Stinson Dean, CEO of Deacon Lumber, says Canadian softwood production is limited by factors including British Columbia forest fires, beetle infestations, and the slow growth rate of spruce trees”. Read the full article at Fortune.
Top 10 Posts
- When and How to Use Bipolar Scales
- 12 Types of Non-Probability Sampling
- Is the Ideal Survey Length 20 Minutes?
- Pros and Cons of Including Partial Responses to Surveys
- Asking About Race and Ethnicity
- Video Game Player Survey: 76% of U.S. Adults Online Play Games
- Sample Matching
- The Case for 5-Point Unipolar Scales
- Rating Scales to use when Writing Surveys
- Weighting Survey Results