This is Bert Sperling, and I’m asking for your help.
I’m doing research to find how people in different cities do their holiday shopping.
I hope you can take less than a minute and answer these few questions about your holiday shopping habits.
I’ll release the results in a few weeks and you can see how your city compares with others across the United States.
And that's it. Thanks for your participation.
Sperling's BestPlaces collected 145,000 #StopTheFCC tweets from November 24 to December 14 and analyzed them.
Each of the geolocated tweets was mapped to determine the number of tweets per state. Using this data, the research firm generated a choropleth map showing the number of tweets per capita (100,000 people).
For a high-res image of the map, contact cartographer Nick Arnold at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sperling's BestPlaces (www.bestplaces.net) is the nation's premier source for demographic and place data. Founded by author and researcher Bert Sperling over thirty years ago, BestPlaces helps over two million users a month make informed decisions about the best places for them to live, work, and retire. Bert's best selling books "Cities Ranked and Rated" and "Best Places to Raise Your Family" are published by John Wiley & Sons and he was tagged as the "The Guy Who Picks the Best Places" by the New York Times. Sperling's BestPlaces is responsible for more "Best Places" studies and research than any other single organization.
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