Samsung’s standing in the United States plummeted by 42 places, a new reputation poll reveals.
Considering how the whole Galaxy Note 7 fiasco — among other things — stirred up the tech world for both consumers and manufacturers alike, it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that the South Korean brand is taking quite a hit regarding its position in the market.
Samsung’s Reputation In The Eyes Of The American Consumer
According to Harris Poll’s 2017 Reputation Quotient Ratings, Samsung is now the 49th placer in the list of the 100 most visible companies in the United States, scoring 75.17. In the previous 2016 poll, the company managed to get the seventh spot.