Queen Elizabeth II, the UK’s longest-reigning monarch, passed away on September 8, 2022, at Balmoral at the age of 96. The Queen died after a 70-year reign over 32 sovereign states and 15 countries during her lifetime. The views of society on her passing away are mixed worldwide. While some mourn her loss, others anticipate the ascension of King Charles III to the throne.

Mixed reactions worldwide from the public stirred a lot of talk about the Queen’s death, the King’s ascension to power, and the future of the British monarchy. To gather public opinion on this, Real Research, an online survey app, launched a survey on public opinion on the death of Queen Elizabeth II. Here are the survey findings.

Highlights:

🔹38% shared that the Queen symbolized stability in her long reign
🔹44.72% feel the monarchy should continue due to the symbolism of the royal family
🔹12.65% think the monarchy is a reminder of the unfortunate past of the colonies

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Over 63% Are in Favor of the British Monarchy To Continue

Over 63% Are in Favor of the British Monarchy To Continue – Survey Results

There is a deeply ingrained culture of consumerism in our society. Recent years show the sale of the global resale market has been increasing rapidly, and the stigma associated with the consumption of second-hand items has been disappearing.

Moreover, big brand retailers and well-known fashion houses have also entered the resale market. Real Research, an online survey app, launched a survey on the global resale market boom to gather opinions on this. Here are the survey findings.

Highlights:
🔹 67% have experience with the resale market
🔹 30.26% of respondents say shoes are the best item to resell
🔹 64.35% prefer the resale marketplace platform

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64% Prefer Purchasing From the Resale Marketplace Platforms

64% Prefer Purchasing From the Resale Marketplace Platforms – Survey Results

Real Research, an online survey app, recently conducted a survey on the G20 Summit to be held in Bali, Indonesia. In detail, the 2022 G20 Bali summit is the upcoming 17th meeting of G20, scheduled to take palace in Bali, Indonesia between November 15 – 16, 2022. This summit would discuss and resolve the global economic, financial, and environmental crisis. As many had numerous opinions, the survey sought opinions from the public. Thus, check out this survey results video to see what the public had to say.

Highlights:
🔹58.06% of respondents are aware of the G20 Summit in Indonesia
🔹38.25% said that Indonesia will be able to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 2030
🔹34.81% state that global warming and climate change should be addressed as well

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33% Say G20 Will Highly Likely Succeed in Finding Solutions Despite Current Extremity

33% Say G20 Will Highly Likely Succeed in Finding Solutions Despite Current Extremity – Survey Results

Apple’s much-awaited event was held on September 7, where the technology giant predictably announced the launch of the new Apple iPhone 14 as well as the new Apple watch series 8. With the event and announcement coming in at least a week earlier than usual, many speculated about the features of the new iPhone 14 series.

Eagerness, enthusiasm, and conjecture flood the minds of many potential buyers and otherwise. Thus,  Real Research launched a survey on the Apple iPhone 14 launch to seek public opinions on the same. The survey aims to gauge opinions and preferences about the Apple iPhone line overall and consumer buying patterns. Here are the survey results.

Highlights

🔹29.72% are currently using the Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max.
🔹27.77% buy a new phone every year, whenever Apple launches new phones.
🔹34.09% are most excited about the iPhone 14 Pro line always on-display feature.

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Over 39% Willing to Pay $1000+ for Apple iPhones

Over 39% Willing to Pay $1000+ for Apple iPhones – Survey Results

Google has announced that it will label clinics and hospitals that provide abortion care services on Google maps and its other websites. Google has added this feature as a result of years of complaints filed by users in our society who face anti-abortion results when searching the word ‘abortion’. This new feature also comes at the heels of Roe v Wade, where the Supreme Court of the United States ruled against abortion laws in the US. Considerable backlash and public protests came in response to the controversial decision.

As a result, Real Research, an online survey app, launched the survey on Google Maps and Search to label clinics providing abortion care. This survey asks respondents about Google’s displaying clinics that provide abortion care services on Google maps and the company’s overall focus on supporting abortion care. Additionally, the survey wants to find out the respondents’ opinions on abortion in general.

Highlights

🔹82.75% are aware of Google labeling clinics providing abortion care and services
🔹66.61% would support families and friends if they got an abortion
🔹55.70% believe that previous anti-abortion Google results were only gimmicks

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Over 50% of Respondents Support Women’s Abortion Rights

Over 50% of Respondents Support Women’s Abortion Rights – Survey Results

There is a good chance that, somehow, decades of Disney films have influenced our culture. People enjoy Disney movies for their main story and beloved and acclaimed characters, ranging from princesses, princes, side heroes, and villains.

For sure, everyone has their reasons as to why they love certain characters from Disney classic movies, even decades later. For this, Real Research, an online survey app, launched a survey to gather opinions on who the public prefers for Disney characters. Here are the results.

Highlights:

🔹9.67% chose Elsa as a favorite from a list of 15 Disney princesses
🔹12.91% think Jafar is the most attractive Disney villain
🔹7.99% say Aladdin is their favorite Disney animated film

For more detailed information on insights please visit the Real Research media platform.

Disney Animated Film’s Best Couple, Jasmine & Aladdin

Disney Animated Film’s Best Couple, Jasmine & Aladdin – Survey Results

Salman Rushdie’s life changed forever in 1989 when the Iranian government issued a fatwa calling for his death. After over three decades, the award-winning author, who has spent his life looking over his shoulder, hiding, and eventually appearing in public, nearly got killed. A man later investigated to be Hadi Matar stabbed the author during a literary event in New York.

Salman Rushdie’s attack in New York is yet another example of our society’s dangerously growing hatred of dissent. To answer some speculations on this incident, Real Research launched a survey on writer Salman Rushdie attacked in New York. Here are the survey results.

Highlights:

🔹53.49% are well aware that Rushdie has been long facing death threats
🔹70.04% think the attack on Rushdie in New York was premeditated
🔹59.47% believe the fatwa on Rushdie should be lifted

For more detailed information on insights please visit the Real Research media platform.

70% Believe the Attack on Rushdie Was Premeditated

70% Believe the Attack on Rushdie Was Premeditated – Survey Results

Violence and crimes against journalists have been on the rise. 15 journalists were killed in just 2022 in Mexico, making it one of the most dangerous countries for the profession. The reasons for the killing are unknown, but journalists and media personnel have taken to the streets seeking justice for the killed journalists and protecting the existing ones. However, the killings continue.

Crimes have become a reflection of society. Thus, Real Research launched a survey on journalist killings in Mexico to see what the public has to say about the killings, possible motives, solutions, etc. See what the survey respondents had to say in the survey findings below.

Highlights:

🔹40.6% say Mexican journalist Juan Arjon Lopez’s killing had definitely to do with his profession
🔹31.32% feel journalist killings occur every year due to conflict/contradiction with mass interests
🔹37.08% say strikes and protests are highly likely to resolve killings against journalists

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Over 40% Feel Journalists’ Killings in Mexico Have To Do With Profession

Over 40% Feel Journalists’ Killings in Mexico Have To Do With Profession – Survey Results