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Vol 4, No 6 (2011) A Brief Comment on David Moore’s Article Details   HTML   PDF
Howard Schuman
Vol 4, No 4 (2011) A Collection of Caller ID Experiments Details   PDF   HTML
David Dutwin, Melissa Herrmann, Eran Ben Porath, Susan Sherr
Vol 4, No 5 (2011) A Direct Comparison of ABS and Telephone Sampling in a Pilot Study of Children’s Health Details   PDF   HTML
Mary Losch, Peter Damiano, Jean Willard, Anne Bonsall Hoekstra, Ki Park, Duoc Nguyen
Vol 2, No 4 (2009) A few questions about nonresponse in the Netherlands Details   PDF   HTML
Ineke Stoop
Vol 8, No 6 (2015) A Natural Experiment: Inadvertent Priming of Party Identification in a Split-Sample Survey Abstract   PDF   HTML
Marc D. Weiner
Vol 5, No 1 (2012) A Potential Solution for Easing Authentication of Respondents for a Web-Based Survey? Details   HTML   PDF
Herbert Baum
Vol 9, No 4 (2016) A Practical Balancing for a Random Sample from a Finite Population by Systematic Selection Abstract   PDF   HTML
Hee-Choon Shin, Jibum Kim
Vol 1, No 5 (2008) A Psephological Analysis of the US Presidential Election from Britain Details   PDF   HTML
Robert Worcester
Vol 1, No 3 (2008) A Review of the Cross-Cultural Survey Guidelines Website Details   PDF   HTML
Beth-Ellen Pennell, Kristen Akcser, Janet Harkness
Vol 6, No 4 (2013) Adapting and Improving Methods to Manage Cognitive Pretesting of Multilingual Survey Instruments Abstract   PDF   HTML
Mandy Sha, Yuling Pan
Vol 2, No 2 (2009) Addressing the Cell Phone-Only Problem: Cell Phone Sampling Versus Address Based Sampling Details   PDF   HTML
Michael W Link, Gail Daily, Charles D Shuttles, H Christine Bourquin, L Tracie Yancey
Vol 2, No 3 (2009) An Experiment on Improving Response Rates and Its Unintended Impact on Survey Error Details   PDF   HTML
Daniel M Merkle, Murray Edelman
Vol 3, No 4 (2010) An Experiment With an Employment Sector Question Details   PDF   HTML
Ariel A Finno, Jessica Kohout
Vol 2, No 5 (2009) An Experimental Test of a Strategy to Maintain Contact with Families Between Waves of a Panel Study Details   PDF   HTML
Katherine McGonagle, Mick Couper, Robert Schoeni
Vol 4, No 3 (2011) An Incentive Experiment Designed to Increase Response to a Between-Wave Contact Update Mailing in Two Panel Studies Details   PDF   HTML
Katherine A McGonagle, Robert F Schoeni, Mick P Couper, Mohammad Mushtaq
Vol 1, No 1 (2008) An Interview with Kenneth Prewitt Details   PDF   HTML ()
Andy Peytchev
Vol 2, No 5 (2009) Analyzing the Cost-Effectiveness of Using Return Receipt and Address Corrections in Mail Surveys Details   PDF   HTML
Heather L Stuckey, Neil Malhotra, Barbara A Sims, Marian R Walters
Vol 5, No 4 (2012) Analyzing the Interviewers’ Evaluative Questions in Phone Polls Details   HTML   PDF
Alyaa Roshdy Zahran, Aya R. Farag, Hesham M. Aly
Vol 8, No 4 (2015) Appending a Prepaid Phone Flag to the Cell Phone Sample Abstract   HTML   PDF
Kyley McGeeney
Vol 7, No 4 (2014) Applying a project management approach to survey research projects that use qualitative methods Abstract   HTML   PDF
Mandy Sha, Jennifer Hunter Childs
Vol 4, No 4 (2011) Are Advanced Postcards or Letters Better? An Experiment with Advance Mailing Types Details   PDF   HTML
Amanda Richardson
Vol 10, No 2 (2017) Are Response Rates to Organizational Climate Surveys Influenced by Informing Respondents about the Sampling Strategy? Abstract   PDF   HTML
Taylor H Lewis, Lorraine Latimore
Vol 1, No 1 (2008) Ask the Experts Details   PDF   HTML
John Kennedy
Vol 1, No 3 (2008) Ask the Experts – Experiences With Cell Phone Samples Details   PDF   HTML
John Kennedy
Vol 1, No 2 (2008) Ask the Experts – Polling Before the Presidential Election Details   PDF   HTML
John Kennedy
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