Conduct a quick consumer omnibus survey in a week or less.
Sometimes you need information, fast. We know the media cycle waits for no one, so we designed Kelton’s omnibus research solutions to deliver results as quickly as you need them. Our omnibus surveys are always in action, making them the perfect option for smaller budgets, quick-turn research needs, and timely PR pitches.
Founded by former journalists, we’re experts at designing polling solutions that drive attention-getting storylines and garner substantial media impressions. Whether it’s two omnibus questions or twenty, from local to global, our experienced Communications team will work with you to design an approach that fits your objectives, timeline, and budget.
Based on your key objectives and media goals, we develop tailored questions that are aimed at producing the most compelling narratives to help you create your own headlines. We deliver visually exciting, press-ready insights and headline ideas, giving you the tools to communicate with your audience effectively.
We understand that sometimes you need just a couple of data points for your next PR pitch or simply don’t have the budget to support a large research engagement. Our omnibus surveys are perfect for these situations. You’ll receive quality data with our full PR-focused services whether you want to ask two questions or twenty.
Our omnibus studies are in the field every night of the week, so there’s never a delay in getting your questions fielded and you’re guaranteed results in a week or less.
We leverage our in-house team and wider global network of award-winning journalists, PR pros, and social media experts to make sure that your surveys always get the most compelling results– anywhere in the world.
We don’t just share data, we deliver visually exciting, press-ready insights with a compelling narrative, giving you the tools to communicate with your audience effectively. Whether it’s whitepapers, digital downloads, infographics, or our signature NewsWorthy Analysis, we design just the right tools to drive more news coverage.