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Defining today’s American Dream

Defining today’s American Dream

iModerate Author

Mar 14, 2013

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In our latest qualitative research study we talked to a hard to reach audience, young teens, about an enduring topic – the American Dream. These individuals are part of the newest generation of Americans – the Plurals. Born into a world based on technology and social media, we decided to engage this group using communication platforms they are extremely comfortable with, instant messenger and Pinterest.

What we found were ideals and goals reminiscent of past generations, tailored and organized to fit their reality, as well as a definitive stance on what is and is not important.

What can you learn from this research? For researchers and marketers alike, knowing the beliefs that are relevant to the Plurals’ lives can guide how we engage with this generation.

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By engaging an experienced firm such as iModerate, whose business is qualitative research, you get online delivery of depth interviews by experienced researchers – both during the interviews and for the analysis. iModerate does not simply understand our business questions, but they work to scope discussion guides to advance both the narrow business question and the larger context of the experience, helping us advance marketing and business objectives with their findings well beyond the immediate need.

Angela Knittle, Market Research Manager, Penske