Survey Practice This Month
This is the fourth issue of Survey Practice and we continue to try new formats and types of articles. The universal design article should help web survey designers become more aware of the need to create web instruments that are usable by all. We have a slightly different format for Ask the Experts – we are posing the question this month and will ask pollsters to respond next month.
The counterfactuals article shows the effects of priming on polling results and their changes over an election period. The household composition article provides empirical data to show the differences in participation rates in telephone surveys among different types of households that have young adults.
As always, we welcome your comments on Survey Practice.
- John Kennedy
- Diane O’Rourke
- David Moore
- Andy Peytchev