Troy Research – Top 20
The Top 20 chart reflects the potency of songs tested by TroyResearch clients in the previous 2 weeks.
Is it NOT an airplay chart, in no way reflects spins, and only rarely includes data on songs defined as recurrents by the Christian radio and records industry.
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I’m struggling with the meaning and value of “familiar” in this listing…it’s likely misleading to the vast majority of readers. I mean, there are 4-6 songs on this list I can’t make my brain play…as in I’m not familiar with enough to recall. Perhaps that “familiar” number (or a number) should be….
(respondents familiar) / (total respondents in this compilation) rather than (respondents familiar) / (respondents from stations playing and testing the song)
…but there are arguments one could make against that. How can we get away from apples and oranges and blueberries and pears and pineapples and kiwis and star fruits?
A different thought, unrelated to the “familiar” — maybe z-scores? Of course, there could be arguments against that, too….immediately popping to mind would be how to define the cut-off point of titles tested versus a list of twenty we see here.