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    It really depends on the type of population you are working with. I will refer to the Latino population, which is the one we most work with. Latinos for instance will have a around a 98% response to age as long as you pose the question in ranges. Ethnicity we don ask as a "Considered to be..." so we have a high rate response as with Gender around 99%. However with Education and Income it can go as low as 85-90% . We have done some validity studies of missing values and correlated ...

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    Your refusal rates will vary dramatically based on sample source (survey panelists are least likely to refuse while real-time intercepted respondents (i.e., "River Sample"), client database sample, and others will have higher rates since they are not accustomed to being asked intrusive questions. If you can, put the more intrusive demographics at the end of the survey once "rapport" has been created and the request feels more like a legitimate research endeavor. ------------------------------ Hilary ...

  • While I'll still be working tomorrow, I assume many of you may not, so I'm sending your pre-Thanksgiving update a day early. 😊 I hope you all are able to celebrate to the greatest allowable extent… and to enjoy Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers going 11-0 by beating the Ravens Thursday night. Data privacy/security Utah Consumer Privacy Act Under Preparation for 2021 https://www.insightsassociation.org/article/utah-consumer-privacy-act-under-preparation-2021 Merkley Protecting ...

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