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AAPOR | Consent Form Examples
Here's a non-exhaustive sampling of "IRB-approved" consent documents for different forms of data collection, drawn from AAPOR members' experience and other ...
AAPOR | AAPOR Announces Ad Hoc Committee to Evaluate New Hampshire ...
Jan 14, 2008 ... Home > Press Room> Recent Press Releases > AAPOR Announces Ad Hoc Committee to Evaluate New Hampshire Primary Polls ...
AAPOR | Is Survey Research Covered by the Do Not Call Rules?
Read the industry's arguments in support of the Do Not Call Registry with an exemption for survey research. (PDF) · Read about the importance of survey ...
AAPOR | What is a Random Sample? <br>
Questions to Ask When Writing About Polls · What is a Random Sample? Why Sampling Works · What is the Margin of Sampling Error? ...
AAPOR | Deciding Whether a Leaked Poll can be Trusted
Oct 17, 2007 ... Deciding Whether a Leaked Poll can be Trusted .... The sample size specified is also a bit odd -- 501 Republicans, 501 independents and some ...
AAPOR | RDD Telephone Survey of Public Policy Issues
RDD Telephone Survey of Public Policy Issues ... has asked us to gather input from a sample of residents on current issues of special importance to the ...
AAPOR | Telephone Consent Info After Pre-Notification Letter
Do you have a telephone number where I can reach him/her? ... another letter [Record name, address, record number on Respondent Requesting New Letter sheet, ...
AAPOR | AAPOR Names Special Committee on 2008 Presidential Primary ...
Jan 31, 2008 ... WASHINGTON, D.C. – The American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR) today named a special panel of leading academic and business ...
AAPOR | AAPOR Statement on "Push" Polls
This statement from AAPOR explains how to tell the difference between fraudulent political polls—commonly referred to as “push polls”—and legitimate polling ...
AAPOR | Best Practices for Survey and Public Opinion Research
Exemplary survey research practice requires that one literally do "whatever is possible" to protect the privacy of research participants and to keep ...
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