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QuestionPro published a survey to gauge the opinions and attitudes of Americans, Germans and Brazilians toward the impact of the 2014 World Cup.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) July 09, 2014
QuestionPro, Inc., an online survey software provider, released the results of its 2014 World Cup survey. Americans, Germans and Brazilians were surveyed on their attitudes toward the 2014 World Cup in relation to Brazils economy and infrastructure. When asked their opinion on the greatest benefit of the World Cup, Americans most commonly answered economic (40% of Americans surveyed), as opposed to Germans and Brazilians who most commonly cited bringing nations and people together (42% of Germans and Brazilians).
Americans were also less supportive of funding social programs as an alternative to the $11B Brazil spent on hosting the World Cup. When asked whether or not Brazil should have diverted some funds toward social programs such as education and housing, only 50% of Americans felt Brazil should have spent funds on social programs, as opposed to 74% of Germans and 65% of Brazilians. Additionally, given the costs, only 50% of Brazilians surveyed felt that Brazil should have hosted the World Cup at all.
Some other findings include:
For more information on this research project, please visit http://bit.ly/world-cup-survey.
About QuestionPro: QuestionPro is a leading global provider of online survey software and premium respondent sample services that allows for fast and professional research. It services over 2.7 million users across 100 countries, including Fortune 100 companies, academic institutions, small businesses and individual DIY researchers. More at http://www.questionpro.com.
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