To us, it is no surprise that Pew Research Center has chosen to dramatically reduce phone polling in favor of online polling to gather research data. Recently, we wrote a post on how they viewed the differences between online polling …
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Pew Plans Less Phone Polling for Research
Category Archives: Survey mode
February 11, 2019 – 12:34 pm
The mode of a survey is the way the survey is conducted. Examples of mode are by email, phone, online or letter. The survey mode can change the results, but not always. Pew Research Center has a great, short video …
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