As we enter 2019 was 2018 a better year for Americans?

January 2, 2019

The answer is YES, 2018 was a better year than 2017.

A poll run by MOBOPINIONS asked 2,249 people; “Was 2018 a better year for you than 2017?” and the results found that 63% of Americans said YES they felt it was.

The full results showed 10% were undecided and 27% felt it was a worse year. Across all ages from 18 to 65 over 60% felt 2018 was a better year for them. Regionally although positive only 54% of those in the South felt 2018 was a better year, whilst everywhere else it was over 60%.

The poll of 2,249 respondents, was conducted exclusively through Android 54% and IOS 46% mobile devices, within 323 mobile apps. from December 30th 2018 to January 1st 2019. The survey has a margin of error of 2%.

 

MOBOPINIONS has established a reputation of consistently calling election results, including Brexit, UK General and US Presidential correctly. They use a unique technology based around a proprietary mobile survey research platform, that reaches over 1.8 billion monthly respondents, in 190 countries, within thousands of existing apps on smartphones and tablets. The platform enables survey researchers and brands to gain the opinions of their mobile audiences accurately, quickly, and efficiently, through a cost effective manner, that uses existing app based data.