Commitment to Respondents:
Since 1973, MRSI has been committed to providing quality
marketing research. We've done this by adhering to a simple
principle that governs all our work. We do what's right for our
clients, while protecting our most important resource, the
respondent. Our success depends on the trust we establish and
maintain with those we interview.
As a member of the Council of American Survey Research
Organizations (CASRO), we are committed to maintaining the highest
professional and ethical standards in our consumer research. Along
with other reputable market research companies, we strictly adhere
to their Code of Standards and Ethics for Survey Research. For
specific information on our respondent policies, please review our
responsibilities to respondents from the CASRO
Code of Standards and Ethics.
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those who visit our web site. Your privacy on the Internet is
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"Data Controller," with respect to such information, as defined in
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