In a national online survey among households either owning or intending to buy a High Definition TV, we asked respondents about their purchase interest in High Definition movie systems. To qualify, respondents had to have an active role in the decision making process when purchasing new electronics products for the household.
I'm and HD-DVD supporter for the most part, but this survey was just crap. Small sample size and they worded the question like this:
“Which statement best describes how likely you would be to buy an HD DVD player,”
Basically you're going to get a lot of people who don't know what HD-DVD is vs Blu-Ray and just respond based on the way the question was asked.
This survery also takes place right after (during?) the World Cup which had Toshiba as a lead advertiser.
If you belive blue ray will win you have been brain washed by Sony.
how can u calculate what the outcome would be for 2 large companies over 4 dum questions?
the survey was poorely made.
"This company has the reputation of being the repeat the most accurate market survey in the world because of the methods they use."
ironwolf where is ur proof?