ISA first conducted bilingual English/Spanish surveys in 1983 followed by Asian language studies in 1984. Projects for CATI, in-person, focus group, online and Interactive Voice Response have now been conducted in 67 languages making ISA the pre-eminent multicultural data collection expert in the industry. A three time winner of the Asian American Advertising Federation/Public Relations Alliance Researcher of the Year Award, ISA invites you to see a list of the languages in which surveys have been executed.

  • Afrikaans (So. African)
  • Albanian (Albania; Yugoslavia)
  • Arabic (Various)
  • Armenian (Armenia)
  • Azerbaijani (Iran; Azer, SSR, USSR)
  • Bulgarian (Bulgaria)
  • Burmese (Burma)
  • Byelorussian (Byelorussian SSR, USSR)
  • Cantonese (or Yue (China; Hong-Kong))
  • Catalan (NE Spain, S France; Andorra)
  • Cebuano (Philippines)
  • Czech (Czechoslovakia)
  • Danish (Denmark)
  • Dari (Persian dialect in Afghanistan)
  • Dutch (Netherlands, Dutch-Flemish blended dialect available)
  • English (various)
  • Estonian (Estonian SSR; USSR)
  • Farsi (Iranian form of Persian)
  • Finnish (Finland)
  • Flemish (Belgium, Dutch-Flemish blended dialect available)
  • French – France
  • Galician (Galicia; NW Spain)
  • Georgian (Georgia SSR; USSR)
  • German (Germany)
  • Greek (Greece)
  • Hebrew (Israel)
  • Hindi (India)
  • Hmong (Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia)
  • Hungarian (or Magyar Hungary)
  • Ilocano (NW Luzon: Philippines)
  • Indonesian (Indonesia, Malay-Indonesian blended dialect available)
  • Italian (Italy)
  • Japanese (Japan)
  • Khmer (Cambodian)
  • Korean (So., No. Korea)
  • Lao (Laos)
  • Latvian (Latvian SSR, USSR)
  • Lithuanian (Lithuanian SSR, USSR)
  • Malay (Malaysia, Malay-Indonesian blended dialect available)
  • Mandarin (China)
  • Moldavian (Moldavia)
  • Norwegian (Norway)
  • Oromo
  • Pashto (Afghanistan Taliban dialect)
  • Persian (Iran)
  • Polish (Poland)
  • Portuguese (Portugal)
  • Romanian (Romania; Moldavia, USSR)
  • Russian (Russia)
  • Serbo-Croatian (Yugoslavia)
  • Sinhala (Sri Lanka)
  • Slovak (Czechoslovakia)
  • Slovene (Slovenia, NW Yugoslavia)
  • Spanish ( Spain, Central and South America)
  • Somali (Somalia)
  • Swahili (Kenya; Tanzania; Zaire; Uganda)
  • Swedish (Sweden; Finland)
  • Taiwanese (Taiwan, China)
  • Tagalog (Philippines)
  • Swahili (Kenya; Tanzania; Zaire; Uganda)
  • Swedish (Sweden; Finland)
  • Taiwanese (Taiwan, China)
  • Tagalog (Philippines)
  • Tamil (Sri Lanka and S. India)
  • Thai (Thailand)
  • Tibetan (SW China; N. India; Nepal)
  • Turkish (Turkey)
  • Ukrainian (Ukraine, USSR; Poland)
  • Urdu (India)
  • Vietnamese (Vietnam)
  • Yiddish (various)
  • Zulu (N Natal, So. Africa; Lesotho)