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March 28, 2012

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Evelyn Van Til

How can you have a post like this and then not make it pinnable?

MiChaela

I am not sure this survey results speak to the Millennial population as a whole, since it only received 414 respondents. If it had are larger sample size in the hundreds or even thousands, then the survey would have more value. I certainly know millennials who are brand conscious and regularly support those brands on facebook by reposting their links.

Bill Paarlberg, Measurement Standard Editor

MiChaela: 414 is a fairly large number of respondents to a survey, and large enough to make confident inferences.

Bill Paarlberg, Measurement Standard Editor

Evelyn: I dont' understand what you mean. Can't you pin any jpg? If not, how can I make it pinnable?

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