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 9, No 4 (2016)

Table of Contents

Articles

Measuring Consumer Cash Holdings: Lessons from the 2013 Bank of Canada Methods-of-Payment Survey PDF HTML
Heng Chen, Chris Henry, Kim P Huynh, Q Rallye Shen, Kyle Vincent
Gay Marriage Tends to be More Popular than Same-Sex Marriage PDF HTML
Jason A. Husser, Kenneth E. Fernandez
Mobile-only web survey respondents PDF HTML
Peter Lugtig, Vera Toepoel, Alerk Amin
PCs versus Smartphones in answering web surveys: does the device make a difference? PDF HTML
Melanie Revilla, Daniele Toninelli, Carlos Ochoa
Participant Retention in a Longitudinal Study: Do Motivations and Experiences Matter? PDF HTML
Simani M. Price, Christina H Park, Ruth A. Brenner, Annie Lo, Sara Adams, Rich Ann Baetz, Tiandong Li
Effect of a pre-paid incentive on response rates to an Address-Based Sampling (ABS) Web-Mail survey PDF HTML
Z. Tuba Suzer-Gurtekin, Mahmoud ElKasabi, Mingnan Liu, James M. Lepkowski, Richard Curtin, Rebecca McBee
A Practical Balancing for a Random Sample from a Finite Population by Systematic Selection PDF HTML
Hee-Choon Shin, Jibum Kim


ISSN: 2168-0094
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