You ever see those commercials where they try to guilt you into adopting? People in this audience love animal rescue groups and organizations that focus on animal welfare. They may be looking to adopt a pet or enjoy volunteering for organizations, like the Humane Society or Friends of Animals, to help abandoned or abused pets. They may have other interests in philanthropy and charitable work.
Art and Culture non-profits help local artists in the area flourish by nourishing their talent. People in this audience enjoy charities that help art and cultural institutions. They have interests in helping small art and theater companies and preserving various forms of art, like paintings, music or sculpture. This audience may also have interests in libraries, museums or the Smithsonian Institution.
Our children are the future so, let's make sure to invest in them. People in this audience love working with and helping children. They like to volunteer or donate to charities, such as Kids in Need, Share Our Strength, and I Have a Dream Foundation, where children are fed, nurtured and taken care of. This audience may have past exposure to child care and parenting.
Being involved with the community can actually help you psychologically. You feel better about yourself because you are helping others. People in this audience love getting involved with their community. Examples are donating to the local red cross, organizing a community blood drive, and participate in a charity race.
A natural disaster can cause devastating damage to people's homes and livelihood. That's why it's important to have charities to support the people around you. People in this audience are big advocates for disaster relief, and so, may be looking to join or contribute to a disaster relief charity or non-profit after a natural disaster has occurred, be that a hurricane, earthquake, wildfire or flood. They have been observed researching and comparing various non-profits and charities, such as the Red Cross, Convoy of Hope, Americares, and UNICEF.
More than 200,000 phone calls are placed to domestic violence. People in this audience are looking to support victims of domestic abuse who are going through issues, like sexual violence, forced marriage, and sexual assault. They have been observed checking out charities, groups, and non-profits that look to help these victims, such as Equality Now, American Bar Association Commission on Domestic and Sexual Violence, Attachment Parenting International, and Her Justice.
You don't have to be a tree hugger to support the environment. People in this audience love protecting and improving wildlife and nature. They may be looking to join a charity to advocate climate change and sustainable living. This audience may have interests in topics like environmental engineering and may have past exposure to the EPA.
With all the chemicals and misinformation about food alone, there needs to be someone willing to speak up. People in this audience are interested in joining organizations focused on improving people's health. They may be interested in volunteering to help cure diseases, support the sick or disabled or promote public health awareness. This audience may be looking for organizations like the American Red Cross or the American Diabetes Association.
The right campaign can truly make the world a better place. This audience is looking to join an organization to promote political messages or activities, like campaigning or lobbying. They may have interests in a certain political candidate or party or may be looking for special interest groups. People in this audience may be interested in joining non-profits like the ProPublica, Pew Research Center or Sierra Club.
What would we do without NPR or PBS? Individuals in this audience are interested in supporting public broadcasting charities, most importantly the national organization of Public Broadcasting charities, supporting the Public Broadcasting System.
Religious non-profits do not only help those within their beliefs but those outside them as well. Individuals in this audience are interested in religious charities and non-profits such as Adventist Frontier Missions, AMG International, or Bill Glass Behind the Walls.
Give a little bit of your love to everyone! Individuals in this audience are interested in social services and society charities, such as the Association to Benefit Children, The Children's Aid Society, the Fred Rogers Company, and the Home of the Innocents, among others.
Veterans aren't just men. Over 2 million veterans reside in the United States. Individuals in this audience are interested in veterans charities such as the Wounded Warrior Project, Homes for Our Troops, and the Fisher House Foundation.
There's a common myth that affordable housing drives down the property values of the surrounding area. Studies actually show the quite the opposite. This audience may have an interest in the politics of affordable housing. They may be seen researching Section 8, Low-income housing and the Housing Choice Voucher Program.
In 1970, the United States total debt was less than two trillion. Skip ahead to present day, it's about fifty-six trillion. People in this audience love debating about the country's economy. They typically debate about topics regarding things like how to create a balanced budget, federal and state spending, or capitalism. This audience may be interested in banking, finance or economics.
When people think of civil rights they go back to 1960's, but there is a perpetual fight for civil rights every day. People in this audience are interested in topics such as race, gay rights, and gender equality. They typically debate about access to education, police brutality, same-sex marriage, and equal pay. This audience may have past exposure to organizations like the NAACP, ILGA organization and American Civil Liberties Union.
The real question; What is dirty energy? Individuals in this audience are interested in clean energy, as opposed to sources like oil, coal, and natural gas. They may be researching renewable energy, wind, hydro, and solar power and energy.gov.
There's an opinion out there that corporations may have more power than the government at times. Geez, that's kinda scary! This audience regularly debates about corporatocracy, where corporations fund political and economic campaigns to meet their specific interests. They research topics regarding lobbying, campaign financing, super PACs, and federal contribution limits. People in this audience may have past exposure to the FEC.
People committing a crime isn't exactly the issue, it's more of how we deal with their punishment. This audience enjoys debating about law enforcement and law and order. People in this audience may talk or research about topics such as police brutality, race, the prison system, and the death penalty. They may have past exposure to law enforcement and may be interested in agencies like the FBI, CIA or DEA.
We may have all grown up with D.A.R.E, but studies have proven that the program does little to nothing to prevent kids and teens from trying drugs. This audience regularly debates about topics regarding drug enforcement and prohibition. They are interested in learning more the war on drugs and discuss topics such as drug policy reform, legalization of drugs, and crime. People in this audience may also be interested in agencies like the FBI, CIA, or DEA.
Arguably one of the most important aspects of society. Without education, this description wouldn't even be legible. This audience enjoys debating about the education system and education reform. People in this audience are interested in improving the education system and discuss topics such as Common Core State Standards, learning methods, and school funding and affordability. They may have past exposure to the Department of Education or National Education Association.
The worst oil spill in the United States was in California, with about 378,000 gallons of crude oil oozing out. This audience loves discussions involving energy and oil policy and regulation. They may typically discuss topics about reducing carbon emissions, oil drilling, OPEC, or renewable energy. People in this audience may also be interested in climate and global warming debates.
Pollution wasn't nearly as much of a problem before plastic containers were introduced. This audience enjoys debating about environmental policies and regulation. They may debate about topics regarding the regulation of carbon emissions and greenhouse gases, renewable energy and pollution. People in this audience may have an interest in green living and past exposure to the EPA.
"If you don't love America why don't you leave it?" "Because I don't want to be a victim of its foreign policies." - Barry Crimmins. People in this audience love foreign relations! They have an interest in foreign policy, especially in regards to the Middle East, North Korea, and Russia, globalization and developing diplomatic ties. This audience may also have interests in organizations like the UN or NATO.
Free trade or if you want to be fancy, laissez-faire. This audience loves international trade! People in this audience are interested in trade barriers and economic growth and may discuss topics regarding tariffs or subsidies, a balance of trade, or trade regulation. They may have past exposures to organizations like the WTO, IMF, or UN.
Some would argue that the government should constantly reform to change for the better alongside its people. This audience enjoys learning more about how to change and improve the U.S. political system and government. They are interested in topics like voter registration, Supreme Court nominations, government regulations, and campaign funding. People in this audience may want to learn more about the branches of government and may have past exposure to law.
Gun control and gun safety while they sound the same might as well mean something completely different. The word 'control' is seen as dirty as it seems to lean more towards taking away others rights. This audience is interested in learning more about how the government regulates and controls gun use. People in this audience may research gun laws and gun bans, as well as topics about gun violence and crime. They may also be interested in organizations like the NRA, Brady Campaign or Everytown for Gun Safety.
The Firearms Control Regulations Act of 1965 prohibited citizens from owning handguns even in their own homes. This audience is interested in gun control or gun rights activist groups. They may regularly debate about gun regulation, the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, public safety and self-defense. People in this audience may also be interested in organizations like the NRA, Brady Campaign or Everytown for Gun Safety.
Obama cares. Trump cares. We all care...about our health. People in this audience are interested in learning more about the U.S. healthcare system. They may research topics insurance and health care premiums, Obamacare, and programs such as Medicare or Medicaid. They may have past exposure to health care professions or organizations like The Joint Commission, Kaiser Permanente, or Mayo Clinic.
The United States Department of Homeland Security is a cabinet department of the United States federal government with responsibilities in public security, roughly comparable to the interior or home ministries of other countries. These consumers have been observed consuming content about Homeland Security.
Some studies have shown immigrants pay between $90 and $140 billion a year in federal, state, and local taxes. These consumers have been observed consuming content about Immigration. They may be researching DACA or the Dream Act.
The unemployment rate is a bit misleading, it only counts those actively looking for work and anyone who has earned more than 20 dollars in the previous week. This audience is interested in reading about the state of the country's job market. They may enjoy reading and analyzing data about the unemployment rate, minimum wage, or labor economics. People in this audience may be interested in topics such as economics or the employment gap.
46% of lakes in America are so polluted it's risky to fish or swim in them. Pollution is the presence in or introduction into the environment of a substance or thing that has harmful or poisonous effects. These consumers have been observed as having interest in Pollution.
Once you turn 62, you become eligible for Social Security retirement, but at a reduction to your full benefit. These consumers have been observed consuming content about Social Security.
It would be nice if the government did our taxes for us too. It's not like they don't already have all the info they ask us for. This audience loves discussing ways to improve the country's tax policy. They may regularly talk about different ways to change how the government collects different kinds of taxes like income tax or value-added tax. People in this audience also may have past exposure to the IRS and have an interest in finance or accounting.
War and peace - is there any in between? This audience loves foreign policy, especially when dealing with war or diplomacy. They may research issues about why or why not the country should go to war, and ways to begin or maintain diplomatic ties with another country. People in this audience may have interests in international organizations like the UN or NATO.
The official poverty line does not include any income over 1,500. This audience is interested in learning about welfare programs and their effect on poverty. They enjoy researching topics about the effectiveness or ineffectiveness of the welfare system on poverty and whether or not welfare disincentives people to work. People in this audience may also be interested in other issues like the unemployment rate, social security or tax reform.
The Democratic Party, originally the Democratic-Republicans, started in 1791. Making the Democratic party the oldest of them all. People in this audience love the Democratic Party! Their political stance may be left-leaning and they emphasize things such as welfare programs and social and economic equality. People in this audience may also be part of the DNC and may be interested in reading about past presidents, such as Franklin D. Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy, or Barack Obama.
The odds of the libertarian party winning an election is surprisingly low. Then again that's what they said about Trump winning. People in this audience love the Libertarian Party! They emphasize classical liberalism, which promotes things such as the end of the welfare system, a free market economy, and civil liberties. This audience may follow politicians like Gary Johnson or Bob Barr.
Minor parties that receive five percent of the popular vote are able to get public funding for their campaigns. So, don't go thinking it's useless to vote for them! People in this audience are interested in following a third party, outside of the Democratic and Republican Parties. They may not be interested in the two-party system, and instead, may be searching to join a smaller political party, such as the Green Party or Libertarian Party.
The Republican party never forgets sort of like an...People in this audience have political stances that align with the conservative goals of the GOP. This audience promotes things such as free market capitalism, deregulation, and a strong military. They may be interested in past presidents like Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, and George W. Bush.