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On both sides: A debate for balanced research reports

By now, we’ve all heard the phrase “on both sides” innumerable times. It generally means giving equal time and space to “both sides” of an issue. Though we usually hear about in terms of gender, ethnicity, and identity, it has … Continue reading

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Why Don’t Research Access Panels Match Census Demographics?

When you need to gather opinions from hundreds or thousands of people from across the country, research access panels are a great option. People have already consented to be contacted and share their opinions about a variety of topics, and … Continue reading

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Why Is The Number Of Panelists Not The Best Criteria For Judging An Access Panel?

Research access panels are often the perfect way to gather opinions from hundreds or thousands of people from across the country. People have already consented to be contacted and share their opinions about a variety of topics, and they feel … Continue reading

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How to create great subject lines for email survey invitations

Ever since researchers realized that people could be invited to participate in research via email (wow, has it really been 20 years?), crafting effective subject lines has been an essential and tricky part of the research business. What is the … Continue reading

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