What is Springboard America?

Springboard America is one of the leading online market research communities in the US, giving fellow Americans the opportunity to participate in surveys and discussions that will influence the brands, products, and services we all use every day!

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Why join the Springboard America community?

We partner with organizations ranging from household brands, government bodies, not-for-profit organizations and the media who want to better understand public opinion and inform their decisions. Sometimes you'll also see our polls reported in the media, helping to shape the debate on current issues.

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Kerry C., from FloridaI am a musician. I travel the world and play shows. I sing, play guitar, keys,and bass. I compose music for my band. I'm a down to earth dude who doesn't judge someone based on appearance and tries not to judge at all. I'm working on it. I love helping people.

Nancy W., from VirginiaMy family and I live by this quote because we believe the family creates the foundation for our lives: “Do not worry if you have built your castles in the air. They are where they should be. Now put the foundations under them.” – Henry David Thoreau

Daniel M., from MarylandHow did they design the first drawing board?? Seriously, how did they do it??

Alice M., from VirginiaI am 67 yrs old, married, and I am raising my 11 yr old grandson. I love scrapbooking, cooking, baking and spending time with my family. Treat others the way you want to be treated.

Gabriel S., from TennesseeI am a 47 year old old stay at home dad, on total & permanent disability due to many health issues. I homeschool my 3 youngest children. I enjoy camping with my family to disconnect from all of the electronic gadgets that have over taken our world. I also LOVE to read non-fiction books.

Robert B., from CaliforniaI am a fun-loving surfer from California and a quote to live by is "Worrying is like being in a rocking chair: It gives you something to do, but it doesn't get you anywhere!"

Robin S., from IllinoisI did not realize how much I enjoy doing surveys until I signed up to do them!! There are always variety and some I can even do with my son.

Phyllis F., from IndianaI am a middle-aged happily married woman, who loves to garden. Sorta old-fashioned. I am quiet around strangers, unless we hit it off right away.

Ronald C., from TexasI learned what unconditional love was in 2004-2014 when I was blessed with my spending time with my dog Max. God opened my eyes and heart.

Marilyn M., from CaliforniaMy passion is vintage clothing and reading. I am a bookworm; cannot get enough of my fill of books. I read as a way to escape the loss of my husband. I am always there for my family and friends and put their needs ahead of mine.

Jennifer L., from New YorkI am a married mother of three kids...ranging from driving age to toddler. I am a stay at home mother to these highly engergetic copies of myself. I am known amongst friends as a homesteader....I take pride in my gardening, my chickens (whom I loving call my Little Mommas), bees and healthy cooking.

David P., from District of ColumbiaMy life has been topsy- turvy.I don't need any much of using people as a crutch,I have tried to make efforts to achieve certain peaks and strive on being self sufficient.

Joan L., from PennsylvaniaMy grandfather gave me some advice that I have often considered. He told me that "there are 2 wasted emotions: worry, because it never kept anything from happening and regret, because it doesn't change the fact that it did."

Derek P., from MissouriMY friends would saying I'm loyal,outgoing,silly,and a fighter. Fighter because I've been fighting brain cancer for more than eight years now. After four brain surgeries and many rounds of chemo I still wake up with a good spirit and a smile on my face.

Betty O., from North CarolinaI am hard working, always laughing, talking, making sure everyone is having a good time who is with me or around me.


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