Last updated: Sep 1, 2014
This report is a cumulative sample of current online music surveys conducted by Christian CHR and AC stations across the country.
Total sample sizes are and respondents, respectively. Total average favorability estimates are based on a scale of 1-5. (1 = don't like it at all, 5 = love it).
Familiarity represents the percentage of respondents who recognized the song. Burn represents the percentage of respondents who said they are tired of hearing the song. Sample composition is based on persons 12+. Persons are screened via the Internet. Once passed, they can take the music test when invited to do so by their local radio station.
When comparing this data with what is happening at your station, please keep in mind that number of spins, percentage of familiarity, and other factors must be taken into consideration as well, and that your results may vary accordingly.
HitMusicResearch.com results are intended to show opinions of participants on the Internet only. Songs not shown on this chart don't necessarily mean they didn't score well, because in many cases, especially with songs that have been added into rotation recently, there's usually not a reliable and large enough sample size to pull data from.
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The HMR system is available exclusively for local Christian radio stations by contacting Ken Farley at (615) 331-0736 or Ken@hitmusicresearch.com. HitMusicResearch.com data is provided by Hit Music Research.