Posts Tagged ‘response rates’


Survey Responses: Can You Have Too Much Of A Good Thing?

So your friend Barney is single on Valentine’s Day (again). He insists, however, that it is not due to his lack of appeal, but simply to the fact that he doesn’t try to get...

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Why Denmark is Better than the U.S.

Okay, so you probably don’t have the luxury of sourcing your next survey’s respondents from the country of your choice. We get it. But you might still be wondering if you DID have the...

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What Day of the Week Should You Send Your Survey?

You’ve written your questions. You’ve configured your survey logic. You’ve even had your colleagues take a spin through to make sure everything is working just right. You’re about to launch your survey, but maybe...

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To Reward, or Not to Reward?

Everyone would like response rates to be as close to 100% as possible. Higher response rates mean we bother fewer people while carrying out our research, and typically our costs of gathering those responses...

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