3 forward-looking solutions to the issue of sample quality
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The latest GRIT Report delves into the topic of sample quality, and whether technology is improving the situation or making matters worse.
We have to overcome a common misconception about what mobile research really is, and what it can accomplish.
Sample quality from online panels is an issue everyone knows about but no one wants to address.
Frank Kelly explains how the quality of your research relies on the source of your respondents.
Ron Sellers questions the opinion that research quality is the worst it has ever been. It is an ongoing battle, not a recent development.
Why is nobody here addressing the elephant in the room? It's not just sample quality. It's survey quality.
I’ve seen a lot of discussion on various boards and blogs about making surveys more fascinating for respondents, in order to encourage higher response rates. Ideas have r
by Bill Weylock, Action Insights – First session of my afternoon: relative projectibility and sampling reliability. REI determined that the rising percentage of cell-phon