Spain: Cies S. L.


CIES bases the quality of its performance on experience, reliability and confidentiality.
This is achieved by a team of highly experienced professionals, a well-trained field network and the latest technological aids.

In addition, CIES has its own database and data processing centre, where surveys are recorded and tabulated.

Our distinguishing features:

  • The reliability of the data we supply.
  • The clear presentation of our data.
  • Confidentiality in our surveys.
  • We aim always to match our clients’ needs in terms of survey method, scheduling and budgetary restrictions.

CIES subscribes to the accepted code of conduct in this profession and is a member of both AEDEMO (The Spanish Society for Opinion and Marketing Research) and of ESOMAR (The European Society for Opinion and Marketing Research.) CIES was founded in 1981 and is a member of The Research Alliance, an international chain of opinion and marketing research institutes.

The total population in Spain was estimated at 46.5 million people in 2015, according to the latest census figures. The population of Spain represents 0.67 percent of the world´s total population which arguably means that one person in every 151 people on the planet is a resident of Spain.

Its total area is 504,782 km2 of which 499,542km2 is land and 5,240km2 is water.

MR Industry
Spanish market research has a net turnover around €441 million in 2014 (0.7% growth with respect to 2013). Spain is the 11th largest market globally and the 5th largest within Europe (Northern/Western).

Mainly Quantitative: 83.3%
Mainly Qualitative: 11.5%
Desk research and other: 5.2%

Digital Consumption
-78% of people who access the internet (2015)
-80% of people who use an smartphone (2015)
-38% of people who use a tablet (2015)

44% of Spanish Internet users between 16 and 55 years old recurrently buy online. Their purchases could mostly be divided into the next product categories: fashion (65%), travel tickets (59%), consumer electronics (55%), tickets (54%) and books & CDs (46%).

According to data in 2013, life expectancy in Spain is: Male 79,6, female 85,6 and total life expectancy is 82,6 which gives Spain a World Life Expectancy ranking of 5.

Spain has a public healthcare system, mainly financed by taxes. As a result, healthcare in Spain is either free or low cost for residents (and their dependents) paying social security.


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