Posts Tagged ‘survey methodology’

Obama Delivers State Of The Union Address To Joint Session Of Congress

Real Feedback, Really Fast: State of the Union Edition

For one night at least, President Obama’s ambitious agenda received broad public praise, according to an MSNBC/SurveyMonkey online survey. Big majorities of those tuning into his second to last State of the Union address...

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Avoid Bias

Don’t Let Your Own Opinions Sneak Into Your Survey: 4 Ways to Avoid Researcher Bias

Bias is the mortal enemy of all surveys, and as a survey creator it’s important to guard against it to make sure you get reliable results. Over the years we've developed many tips to...

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Sarah Cho

WATCH: Our Survey Pro Answers Your Top Survey Questions of 2014

You've got questions. We've got answers. And as it's almost the end of the year, we want to make sure that you have all the survey knowledge you need to make informed decisions for...

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Elections

Never Let a Good Election Go to Waste

Each day, 2+ million people around the world take a SurveyMonkey survey, at schools, community or government organizations, and companies---big and small---for a great variety of purposes. Two months ago, we started tapping this vast...

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To do list

Your To-Do List: Top 10 Tips for Survey Success

The holiday season is right around the corner, which means that it's also time for another kind of season...wait for it... To-Do List Season. You’ve got lists for groceries for your big holiday meal, lists...

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FizzyCoffee

Measuring Attitude Change. The Right Way.

Edith is an advertising executive with a big new account: TastyTaste. TastyTaste is a giant soft-drink company in a big sales slump. To resurrect their brand appeal, TastyTaste is launching a brand-new product: FizzyCoffee....

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Final Exams: SurveyMonkey Style

‘Tis the season! Final exam season. So, consider this blog post your bluebook, and here is the one open-ended question that requires you to cough up every bit of learning you’ve done this year: What’s...

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