|Title:||BASR Poll: Seeing Vs. Listening Study [USBASR1948-B0009SEEVLIS]|
|Survey Firm:||Bureau of Applied Social Research, Columbia University|
|Sample:||White housewives in the Oranges, New Jersey|
|Abstract:||Newspaper readership (2); listening to radio (1); radio commercials (13); newspaper advertisements (12); attention to advertisements (3); products used (14); opinions of commercials (25); products advertised (6); opinions of advertisements (31); preferred advertisement medium (5); magazines read (1).|
Bureau of Applied Social Research, Columbia University. BASR Poll: Seeing Vs. Listening Study, Jan, 1948 [dataset]. USBASR1948-B0009SEEVLIS. Bureau of Applied Social Research, Columbia University [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Nov-16-2018.
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