(Washington, D.C.) Louisiana H.B. 1044 – a bill drafted by CMOR – has passed both the State House and Senate with unanimous approval and awaits the signature of Governor Bobby Jindal (R).
June 17, 2008Read More
April 16, 2008
CMOR Opposes Federal Trade Commission’s Current Stance Regarding Self-Regulation of Online Behavioral TrackingRead More
(Washington, D.C.)— Requesting that any definition of online behavioral tracking exclude survey, opinion and marketing research, CMOR, a non-profit trade association for the survey and opinion rese
March 3, 2008Read More
(Washington, D.C.)—CMOR in late February helped defeat Louisiana House Bill 58—legislation that would have severely harmed political survey and opinion research with residents of Lou
January 29, 2008Read More
(Glastonbury, CT): As the Presidential primary season reaches a climax with Super Tuesday, expect to hear reports about waves of push polls.
April 30, 1996Read More
ROCKY HILL, CT – New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani has declared the week of June 4-8 2001 as “Opinion and Marketing Research Week” in the City of New York.