Pretty busy here. Where I used to carefully write a questionnaire, run a pre-test, run a pilot and then launch – now I have to get it all right the first time. Where I used to think carefully about the results over a few weeks, discuss them with co-workers, let them percolate and come up with an original analysis – now I have to bang them out and move on to the next project.
Top 10 Posts
- When and How to Use Bipolar Scales
- Pros and Cons of Including Partial Responses to Surveys
- 12 Types of Non-Probability Sampling
- Sports Superstitions: Silly Superstitions of Others
- The Case for 5-Point Unipolar Scales
- Rating Scales to use when Writing Surveys
- Is the Ideal Survey Length 20 Minutes?
- Asking About Race and Ethnicity
- Sample Matching
- Weighting Survey Results