East Rutherford, NJ (PRWEB) October 30, 2009
A recent study conducted by Russell Research, a national research firm, indicates that 10% of Americans have heard of Nook, the eReader released last week by Barnes & Noble.
Despite the strong launch, awareness of Nook significantly trails Kindle™ (30%), its primary competitor in the eReader category. Nook's awareness was consistent among Barnes & Noble (18%) and Amazon (17%) shoppers. However, awareness of the Kindle was significantly higher among Amazon shoppers (57%) than it was among Barnes & Noble shoppers (45%).
Findings from the study also indicate that 15% of Americans read news stories or books on their wireless phones.
The study was conducted online between October 23 and October 26, 2009, among 1,072 online adults, ages 18 or older, across the United States. Figures for gender, age, and geography were weighted where necessary to match their actual proportions in the population.
About Russell Research, Inc.
Founded in 1946, Russell Research is one of the pioneer firms in the market research industry. Today, Russell Research is among the industry's top custom research firms, with a seasoned staff of strategically-driven research professionals providing expertise and service for a wide range of customer and business product categories. Russell Research's diverse group of clients include Fortune 1000 companies as well as mid-size and smaller enterprises, government agencies, advertising agencies, consultancies, and public relations firms.
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