Understand rapid changes in the fastest growing markets


Dalia's EM Pulse, an Omnibus Survey in Emerging Markets, leverages mobile devices to access hundreds of millions of digitally connected consumers worldwide. EM Pulse lets you ask questions at a fraction of the cost of a fully customised survey.

Ask Your Questions in the EM Pulse


Get data from hard-to-reach populations on an unprecedented scale. Pay only a fraction of the cost of a fully customized survey by adding a question to monthly Omnibus surveys. Analyse the results fast with Dalia’s easy-access interactive online dashboard.

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Ask Your Questions on the Following Dimensions


Public Opinion Polling
Habits & Trends Analysis
Consumer Needs & Attitudes
Economic, Political & Social Issues
Product & Brand Awareness
And much more..

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Methodology


Dalia's Emerging Markets Pulse is structured as an "Omnibus Survey". This means that everyone can submit questions at a fraction of the cost of fully customized multi-country research studies. After receiving your questions, we turn all individual questions into a questionnaire with randomized question order. Then we translate it into the relevant languages and interview census representative samples in the target markets.

Global Reach

Through a network of over 40.000 apps and websites, our platform can reach over 600 million people across 90+ countries

Profiling and Attribution

Users are anonymously profiled across key demographic attributes and selected according to census statistics

Data Collection

Data collection through device agnostic surveys with responsive design for desktop, laptop, tablet and smartphone

Results

Weighting according to population structures and census statistics to obtain unbiased and representative results

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Whether you simply want to know more about the EM Pulse or you're interested in asking the world your own questions, we'd be more than happy to hear from you.

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