“People relied on those ratings.
With strong credit ratings from A.M.
It is also true that people have lost confidence in the ratings agencies.
Across Europe, games are issued ratings by Pegi (Pan European Game Information).
In short, diners don't know what to expect based on ratings.
But the new Forte ratings are just one part of the equation.
Netflix’s star ratings were personalized, and had been from the start.
After Loesch’s departure, however, the Family Channel’s ratings plummeted.
When the critic ratings were the same, we used audience ratings to break the ties.
Just as TripAdvisor ratings allow holidaymakers to assess hotels, Uber drivers get a score out of five.
But as Ms Peirce’s criticisms suggest, the ratings are not yet ready for the weight they are being asked to bear.
Restaurant ratings were never an accurate predictor for what a diner's experience was going to be like at a particular restaurant.
There has been an outcry on Twitter and some commentary to the effect that the networks just want ratings, and Trump brings ratings.
The employees who receive positive ratings feel supported, while the employees who receive negative ratings feel confused or discouraged.
With most of the banks under threat from a ratings-based capital charge, the agencies would prefer to see charges based on the internal ratings of the banks themselves.
The ranking is based on an analysis of industry awards, hotel star ratings, and user ratings, and then sorted by hotel class and average TripAdvisor ratings.
For example, 75% of Apple ratings and 83% of Peloton ratings are "buys," whereas oilfield services stocks like Halliburton and Cleveland-Cliffs only get 57% and 42% "buys," respectively.
And on January 1, the data journalists at FiveThirtyEight found that Trump had the second-lowest approval ratings of any sitting president at the start of a reelection year, with his ratings at 42.6%.
Their pursuit of ratings is driven by a causal connection between higher ratings and higher revenues, which in turn can be used to fund stronger programming, which leads to higher ratings, and so on.
Tewksbury charged that ratings could be bought; entertainers complained that Nielsen was destroying television (Johnny Carson testified: “You have to project your career on a set of numbers”); Congress was concerned that ratings were inaccurate.
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