Recent Examples of focus group from the Web
Chuck Ramsey, the principal deputy monitor, said the group has met with the police union and put together a focus group of officers to update them on progress.
Executive producer-slash-showrunner Whitney Cummings said as much earlier this year, revealing the revival's writing team even brought in blue collar focus groups to get to the truth of certain Americans' situation.
The district is compiling data from the focus groups and will present the information to Magyar.
President Bush said being influenced by street protests would have been like making policy by focus group.
The in-person sessions were purposefully set up as focus groups that require prior registration and are only open to parents and students because the agency wants to protect student privacy, Callahan said.
The picture is starting to look a bit clearer now that the Cedarburg School District's focus groups have come up with themes for its long-range planning efforts.
In February, the group will create focus groups that target specific populations.
The new start-up convened focus groups to find out.
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FOCUS GROUP Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of focus group for English Language Learners
: a small group of people whose opinions about something (such as a politician or a new product) are studied to learn the opinions that can be expected from a larger group
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