Our latest results from the Consumer Subconscious Research Lab show Clinton’s ads have significant impact in changing implicit perceptions. Here’s the data.
Political ad testing of Sanders’ “America,” ad (with Simon and Garfunkel enhancing the subtext) reveals how he’s is evoking emotion based on values.
After his first loss in Iowa, Donald Trump may want to consider quantifying the true implicit impact of his ads. In the days preceding the Iowa Caucuses, the Sentient Consumer…Read More
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The latest data from the Sentient Consumer Subconscious Research lab reveals interesting insight on the non-conscious impact of debate performance from several GOP presidential hopefuls. Trump Continues to Triumph The…Read More
Fiorina Implicitly Impresses, Rubio Angers Conservatives and Carson Makes Gains among Moderates The Sentient Prime Implicit (SPI) scores are in, and the results are revealing important insight on the impact…Read More