Principles of Marketing
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Question 2 of 7
In the marketing research process, firms often gather and analyze secondary data rather than
primary data because secondary data
is more readily available and less expensive to collect than primary data
provides more detailed information about consumer preferences than does primary data
is easier to analyze than primary data
is limited to internal sources, while primary data includes external sources as well
can be more readily adapted to individual needs
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