Qualitative marketing research

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Qualitative marketing research is a set of research techniques, used in marketing research and the social sciences, in which data is obtained from a relatively small group of respondents, and not analyzed with statistical inferences (inferential statistics).

This differentiates it from quantitative marketing research, which is analyzed for statistical significance for marketing purposes.

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