Tag: survey

Neighbors address concerns about flooding in Chick’s Beach area of the city

× Neighbors address concerns about flooding in Chick’s Beach area of the city VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – It’s been three years since Hurricane Matthew damaged areas in Hampton Roads. “It was scary! I didn’t know it was going to be this bad. We were actually out of town when the storm started,” said Bruce Husselbee. He […]

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Survey: 13% of Americans say they know someone who died after they couldn’t afford health care

More than 13% of Americans — about 34 million people — say a friend or family member recently passed away in the last five years after being unable to afford treatment for a condition, according to a new poll from Gallup and West Health. The survey, conducted in September among nearly 1,100 people in 50 states, doesn’t […]

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Virginia Beach City Public Schools offering survey regarding shifting or maintaining school start times

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – Virginia Beach City Public Schools is offering a survey for students, staff members, parents and Virginia Beach community members whether they are in favor of shifting school start times or maintaining the current schedule. The survey will be live through Wednesday, November 20.  If you’d like to participate in the survey, click […]

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Local fire department asks community if it’s doing a good job, what more can it do?

Please enable Javascript to watch this video VIRGINIA BEACH, Va — You count on them in an emergency, but are they doing enough to serve you? That’s what the Virginia Beach Fire Department wants to know from its community. “What we’re really trying to find out is, first of all are we doing everything that […]

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Survey Finds That Netflix Customers Won’t Be Jumping Ship Anytime Soon

When Disney Plus and Apple TV Plus were announced with prices cheaper than what Netflix has been charging its customers, it was starting to feel like Netflix could be in trouble. However, it turns out that maybe Netflix might not have to be as concerned as they should, at least that’s what survey seems to […]

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OpenSignal: Samsung phones often beat latest iPhones in download speed

As countries around the world begin transitioning from 4G to 5G cellular technologies, Samsung has a decided advantage over its top rivals: Its high-end phones commonly outperform Apple’s top iPhones and Huawei’s flagship phones in download speeds, including in the United States. That’s the key finding from a new OpenSignal study today covering 73 countries, illustrating […]

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J.D. Power: 40% of consumers fear self-driving cars will reduce traffic safety

Consumers are concerned about self-driving cars. That’s according to J.D. Power’s inaugural 2019 Mobility Confidence Index Study published today in collaboration with SurveyMonkey, which found that a majority of the 5,749 respondents harbor doubts about the technology’s robustness. “Out of the box, these scores are not encouraging,” said J.D. executive director of driver interaction and […]

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Microsoft: 30% of IoT projects fail in the proof-of-concept stage

Microsoft today launched a new research report — IoT Signals — intended to quantify enterprise internet of things (IoT) adoption around the world. The survey of over 3,000 IT team leaders and executives provides a detailed look at the burgeoning multi-billion-dollar segment’s greatest challenges and benefits, as well as related trends. “We’re living amid an […]

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IDC: For 1 in 4 companies, half of all AI projects fail

Despite enterprises’ best efforts, painless AI deployments appear destined to remain elusive for all but the most dogged adopters. A recent study conducted by analysts at International Data Corporation (IDC) found that of the organizations already using AI, only 25% have developed an “enterprise-wide” AI strategy, and it found that among those in the process […]

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