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
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For Monday morning we have a lesson on polling from Pew Research Center. This can be a little tough to understand before coffee, but this lesson is critically important to anyone trying to read a poll or survey result. …
The Pew Research Center explains the challenges of doing reliable and accurate research when the primary technique is a phone survey. With landline use dramatically dropping and mobile phone number portability commonplace, researchers are finding it ever more challenging …