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Street Fight Poll: Consumers May Pay Extra for Same-Day Delivery

Patrick Duprey

Street Fight Poll: Consumers May Pay Extra for Same-Day Delivery

In a recent Street Fight poll, 64% of consumers said they might be willing to pay a few dollars extra to receive retail goods faster, though for many it depends on the order. In a poll of 500 anonymous U.S. consumers, 14.8% said they’re very likely to pay extra for same-day retail delivery, and 14.8% said they’re somewhat likely…

Street Fight Poll: Peers and Company Websites Are Go-tos for Local Biz Info

Patrick Duprey

Street Fight Poll: Peers and Company Websites Are Go-tos for Local Biz Info

In a poll conducted in early November by Street Fight, 500 U.S. consumers were asked who or what sources they are most likely to consult before visiting a local business. The survey found that 37% say they ask a friend or colleague about their opinion of the business; 36% visit that merchant’s website; 16% examine the merchant’s reputation on review sites; and just 11% conduct local searches for information about that business and/or nearby competitors…

Mobile Payments For Deals? Slim Majority Says No in Street Fight Poll

Patrick Duprey

Mobile Payments For Deals? Slim Majority Says No in Street Fight Poll

A new Street Fight poll has found that about 43% of consumers are willing to use a mobile wallet service in exchange for receiving deals from retailers. The survey of 500 U.S. consumers finds that a shade more than 17% are very willing to pay via mobile for deals, and another 26% are somewhat willing. But 11% are unlikely to pay with a smartphone, 24% say they’re uninterested, and another 22% don’t know what a mobile wallet is…

Street Fight Poll: Word-of-Mouth Is Primary Driver of Local Business

Patrick Duprey

Street Fight Poll: Word-of-Mouth Is Primary Driver of Local Business

A new Street Fight poll finds that even with a slew of new locally targeted marketing platforms at local merchants’ disposal, word-of-mouth is still a primary driver of local consumer behavior. The poll of 500 U.S. consumers found that 43% of consumers are most likely to shop or dine at a local business after a recommendation from a friend or colleague…

Poll: 66% of Consumers Visit Hyperlocal News Sites

Patrick Duprey

Poll: 66% of Consumers Visit Hyperlocal News Sites

Two-thirds of U.S. consumers visit hyperlocal news sites within their area, according to a recent Street Fight poll, with 9% visiting multiple times per day, 26% visiting on a daily basis, and another 16% doing so weekly. The 500-person survey, conducted on behalf of Street Fight by third-party opinions site Toluna QuickSurveys, reveals an avid and growing reader base…

Poll: 93% of Respondents Check Reviews Before Dining or Shopping

Patrick Duprey

Poll: 93% of Respondents Check Reviews Before Dining or Shopping

A majority of American consumers check online reviews before shopping or dining at a local business, according to a recent Street Fight poll. The three-question poll of 200 U.S. consumers points to a customer base heavily reliant on local reviews sites, particularly among the crucial 18-34 age demographic marketers everywhere covet.

Poll: 50.7% of Consumers Would Trade Location Privacy for Discounts

Patrick Duprey

Poll: 50.7% of Consumers Would Trade Location Privacy for Discounts

The survey, which was conducted on behalf of Street Fight by third-party opinions website Toluna, polled 1,000 anonymous U.S. consumers who own handheld devices. 61% of the survey respondents were women. Of the total respondents, those inclined to accommodate ambient location tracking included 61% of individuals aged 18-34…