Trump Vs. Clinton?
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Published on October 17, 2016
One of the most common refrains in politics is that tomorrow will be better than today. But most Trump supporters don’t feel that way right now. Only 35% of Trump supporters say they are better off today than they were a year ago. That number goes up to 52% of Clinton supporters.
And what about their children? There isn’t much optimism there among supporters in either camp. When asked if they believe that kids today will be better off financially than their parents, only 28% of Clinton supports said yes. For Trump supporters, fewer than 1 in 5 think today’s kids will be better off than their parents—and not because all of Trump’s supporters are super rich. They aren’t. Less than 15% make over $100,000 a year.
Who is Qualtrics?
Qualtrics is a private research software company, based in Provo, Utah. The company was founded in 2002 by Scott M. Smith, Ryan Smith, Jared Smith and Stuart Orgill.
Qualtrics software enables users to do many kinds of online data collection and analysis including market research, customer satisfaction and loyalty, product and concept testing, employee evaluations and website feedback.
In 2012, the company received a $70 million investment from Sequoia Capital and Accel Partners, generally considered two of the top venture capital firms in the country. It was the largest joint investment to date by these two firms. In September 2014, Sequoia Capital and Accel Partners returned in Series B funding, led by Insight Venture Partners worth $150 million, a record for a Utah-based company. In 2016, Qualtrics acquired Statwing, a San Francisco startup company that created a point-and-click software for advanced statistical analysis.
Quantitative statistical analysis performed with Qualtrics is cited in a number of professional and academic journals.
In May 2016, Qualtrics purchased the statistical analysis software company Statwing for an undisclosed sum.