Survey Practice

The AAPOR e-journal with public opinion and survey research articles and commentary

Survey Practice is an e-journal published by the American Association for Public Opinion Research. The mission of Survey Practice is to provide current information on issues in survey research and public opinion that is useful to survey and public opinion practitioners, new survey researchers, and those interested in survey and polling methods. The articles in Survey Practice emphasize useful and practical information designed to enhance survey quality by providing a forum to share advances in practical survey methods, current information on conditions affecting survey research, and interesting features about surveys and people who work in survey research.

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Vol 10, No 2 (2017)

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Articles

Using Tablet Computers to Implement Surveys in Challenging Environments PDF HTML
Lindsay J Benstead, Kristen Kao, Pierre F Landry, Ellen M Lust, Dhafer Malouche
Is Using a Form Processing Application Cost Saving? A Real-life Example PDF HTML
Julien Danhier
Mitigating Nonresponse Error in Online Surveys Through Research-based Design and Delivery PDF HTML
David Carl Ison
Interviewers in Computer Assisted Telephone Interviews: A Standardization Controversy PDF HTML
Wojciech Jablonski
Are Response Rates to Organizational Climate Surveys Influenced by Informing Respondents about the Sampling Strategy? PDF HTML
Taylor H Lewis, Lorraine Latimore
It’s About Time: Examining the Effect of Interviewer-Quoted Survey Completion Time Estimates on Survey Efficiency PDF HTML
Christopher D. Ward, Bess Welch, Amie Conley, Philip J. Smith, Stacie Greby


ISSN: 2168-0094
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