The Insights Association has been racking up advocacy wins for our members in the areas of pharmaceutical research, small business loan forgiveness, telephone research, and jury trial research.
Texas Supreme Court Upholds Legitimacy of Survey Research for Trials: IA Helps Court Evaluate Supposed "Push Poll"
The Texas Supreme Court rejected a lower court’s order against a law firm for a supposed “push poll” in what the Insights Association called “a crucial victory for the right of litigants to use bona fide marketing research in court trials.”
A look back, counting down the Insights Association's top seven advocacy wins from the last decade that helped our marketing research and data analytics industry members create competitive advantage.
California Clarifies That Campaign Polling is Not Subject to Political Email Disclosure Requirements
The California Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) clarified that email communications from campaign committees for research purposes are not subject to the state's requirements that campaign emails include a "paid for by Election Campaign X" disclosure.
Last Updated:September 12, 2016
The Marketing Research Association (MRA) and the entire survey, opinion and marketing research profession stands opposed to so-called "push polling," which is not polling at all – it is a form of political campaign messaging or negative phone banking fraudulently disguised as polling.
Last Updated:April 15, 2015
New Hampshire law restricts political advocacy telephone calls, which it calls "push-polling." Thanks to a reform (S.B.
The New Hampshire Attorney General (AG) office's crusade against a supposed push poll law violator appears to be over.