Focus groups meet to discuss issues after observing opposing presentations.
The people who work at National Research Staffing are specially trained in working with social science researchers nationwide in putting together groups of people who have backgrounds, life experiences, demographics, and other characteristics that researchers in studies of particular issues in particular parts of the nation wish to better understand.
Because of the nature of our work, we maintain a high level of confidentiality of both our clients as well as our focus group participants. No personal and confidential information about our focus group participants is revealed to anyone outside our firm. The integrity of the research projects themselves requires that strict confidentiality as to our clients and the individuals who participate in our focus groups and surveys is important to us.
Our social science research staffing method was designed in consultation with a team of highly experienced and skilled jury consultants and trial consultants with The Advocates, the nation’s leading jury consulting and trial consulting firm. For more information about The Advocates, visit their Web site at www.theadvocates.com .