Translation of focus group in Spanish:

focus group

grupo de sondeo, n.

noun

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    grupo de sondeo masculine
    focus group masculine
    • The education focus group discussed core curriculums for specialty nursing groups.
    • The focus group meetings and feedback from patients and carers led to significant changes in the information leaflets.
    • Eight patients and six spouses participated in a focus group.
    • People can make their point to the council by post, on the internet, over the phone or as part of a focus group.
    • You see, for a couple of years in the mid 1990s I had the chance to participate in a ThinkPad focus group.
    • Three constructions of sovereignty were produced through the focus group discussion.
    • It helped us out a lot to do our first focus group and have people tell us how much they liked the music.
    • Apparently the movie was put to a focus group to get an idea of what people would think of it.
    • Think of the money we'll make by eliminating the risk of acts that aren't the product of a focus group!
    • He had organized a focus group of Democratic voters for a recent presidential debate.
    • In our next focus group we will be concentrating more on feedback from a female audience.
    • A focus group of society members discussed the issue, and the majority favoured banning A-boards.
    • Better to use your family as a political sounding board than a focus group in a front room in Luton.
    • A guide containing open-ended questions was developed to steer the focus group discussions.
    • The following table groups topics that people in the focus group mentioned as of high interest to them.
    • During the focus group discussions, which were guided but never led, the subtleties of such terms were explored more fully.
    • Of course, the people recruited to participate are critical to the success of the focus group.
    • She said further meetings with a working group, referred to by MARA as a focus group, would be held in January.
    • You may have heard of or even participated in a focus group.
    • The focus group will never tell the political leader and it will never tell the newspaper editor.