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PMA 2008 U.S. Consumer Scrapbook Report (PREMIUM Edition)

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PMA 2008 U.S. Consumer Scrapbook Report (PREMIUM Edition)
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In May 2008, PMA conducted a survey of consumers in the U.S. The objective was to measure the current consumer involvement in scrapbooking, develop profiles of the major consumer segments, evaluate the emerging role of computers in the scrapbooking process, record purchasing patterns and spending, and gauge interest in other photo related products and craft projects. The PMA 2008 U.S. Consumer Scrapbook Report details the findings from the survey. This premium edition supplies companies with a complete look at survey results, saving them the time and expense of conducting their own survey. In addition to the basic report, this edition includes over 100 pages of data tables with a breakdown of the answers to each question cross-tabulated by demographic variables including household income, presence of children, age, employment, and ownership of digital camera.
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Product Details

Edition
Premium
Published
December 3, 2008
Language
English
Pages
139
File Format
PDF
File Size
2.51 MB

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# of Devices Unlimited
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Printable? Yes
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