Jury analysis is a highly imperfect field of study. Shrewd trial lawyers do more than rely on that kind of paid input. In addition they themselves observe juries, dig deep into their understanding of human beings, and then formulate the tone and content of how they comport themselves in court.
How the world, across cultures, is mourning with Panda Mei Xiang over the loss of her cub is an experience trial lawyers can examine for insight about the universals among people. The story not only resonates. It endures as front-page news. There's no ambivalence about the authenticity of this global sharing of grief.
The first question trial lawyers can pose is why do some events bring us together and others drive us apart? That insight could help bring the jury into agreement about one's client or into the disagreement which could lead to a mistrial, if that's what would be useful.