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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

  • A.

    is more readily available and less expensive to collect than primary data

  • B.

    provides more detailed information about consumer preferences than does primary data

  • C.

    is easier to analyze than primary data

  • D.

    is limited to internal sources, while primary data includes external sources as well

  • E.

    can be more readily adapted to individual needs

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