Case Studies

Over 1,000 distinct companies and 30,000 registered users use Crunch.io to analyze their survey data.

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Subsecond response times for one of the world’s largest research networks

Industry Market research
About Internet-based research data and analytics group
Region Global

YouGov, whose current brand slogan is “the best panel - the best data - the best tools”, has one of the world’s largest research networks with a proprietary panel of over 8 million individuals in 44 markets. Researchers at YouGov use Crunch.io to perform analysis and deliver data and insights to clients via the Crunch.io web application, CrunchBoxes, and dashboards.

YouGov uses Crunch.io enterprise-wide for both custom research and Data Products, such as YouGov Profiles, which provides syndicated segmentation and product data for agencies and brands. Over 14,000 YouGov Profiles users enjoy sub-second query response times, building on-the-fly crosstabs on a survey database, containing over 192,000 rows (respondents) and 48,000 columns (variables). YouGov Data Products, including Profiles, grew 32% in 2019.

YouGov will continue to use Crunch.io to process data quickly and efficiently and give its growing customer base the power to explore the data easily the data and find insights on their own.

45 Years of datasets appended for simple and intuitive analysis of historical data

Industry Think Tank
About Global affairs independent, nonpartisan organization
Region Global

The Chicago Council on Global Affairs is an independent, nonpartisan organization that provides insight into global issues and policy.

The Chicago Council Survey team, part of the Lester Crown Center on US Foreign Policy, uses Crunch.io to analyze data from its annual survey on American public opinion and US foreign policy.

They have appended over 45 years of public opinion datasets into one dataset, previously only available in separate files, to enable simple and intuitive analysis of historical data.

Crunch.io has cut our data processing time down immensely.

Longitudinal data analysis that used to take us hours now only takes us a matter of minutes, and can be done on any computer anywhere.

This allows us to spend more of our time analyzing and writing up the results rather than looking at individual data sets. That's gold for our survey research team.


Dina Smeltz

Senior Fellow, Public Opinion and Foreign Policy,
The Chicago Council on Global Affairs