It’s time for a change
A couple of weeks ago we published our 100th bulletin. It’s an achievement we are immensely proud of, but it also got us thinking about what’s next.
We’ve covered a lot with our Covid-19 content, but there’s a lot more going on in the world. As we continue to adapt to life during the pandemic, we want to broaden our focus.
With that, we’re introducing two things:
- Our US Election Bulletin
- The transition from the Covid-19 Bulletin (what you’re reading now) to the Brandwatch Bulletin
If you’re not already subscribed, here’s where to do so for the US Election Bulletin, and the Brandwatch Bulletin.
The US Election Bulletin: Weekly polling data and analysis
In just 67 days the American people will go to the polls, either voting to give Donald Trump another four years in office or to bring Joe Biden into the White House for his first term.
To see how each candidate is doing, we’re running weekly Qriously surveys which are backed up with a robust methodology that produced high quality predictions for the 2017 and 2019 UK parliamentary elections. Along with asking respondents for their presidential preference, we’ll also ask about the events of the week to see how they’ll sway people’s pencils on election day.
Our US Election Bulletin will be sent out every Wednesday, containing our latest polling results plus data and analysis from our React and Data Science teams.
Read our blog on our UK General Election 2019 prediction to find out more about how Qriously works.
Introducing the Brandwatch Bulletin
Running on Mondays and Fridays, this essentially replaces the Covid-19 Bulletin. The format and approach will be the same, except we’ll cover a more diverse set of topics and current events.
That’s not to say we’ll never cover Covid-19 again. As long as it’s having an impact on people and the world around us, you’ll almost certainly find it in the Brandwatch Bulletin.
Expect data and analysis on everything from tech conferences and Halloween, to viral moments and fascinating trends in consumer behavior.
Now all you need to do is sit back and wait for the bulletins to roll in.
Expect your next one on Wednesday – this will be our first US Election Bulletin. Keep your eyes peeled to find out which candidate is taking an early lead.
Thanks for reading
Know anyone who would be interested in regular polling data? Get them signed up to our US Election bulletin here.
Brandwatch Response Team