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Replication data for articles in the peer-reviewed online journal Survey Methods: Insights from the Field

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Aug 27, 2019
Mingnan, Liu, 2017, "Replication Data for: Does name order still matter for candidates in a presidential primary poll in the US? Lack of response order effect in a web survey experiment",, AUSSDA, V2, UNF:6:vKdmXvcjdsZ7eoif6YnVOw== [fileUNF]
During elections, political polls provide critical data for the support each candidate receives. For that reason, the measurement of questions asking about candidate support has been receiving some research attention. As the online survey is increasingly becoming a widely used to...
Jul 4, 2019
Prandner, Dimitri; Weichbold, Martin, 2019, "Replication Data for: Building a Sampling Frame for Migrant Populations via an Onomastic Approach – Lesson learned from the Austrian Immigrant Survey 2016",, AUSSDA, V1, UNF:6:e4yxYoEsSELMSRaP3PdwRQ== [fileUNF]
Immigrants are traditionally seen as hard to survey. Their number is often too small to be analysed via data gained in general population surveys, and registers to identify them are often missing or incomplete. Therefore, researchers are forced to use alternatives for sampling. I...
Jul 4, 2019
Walzenbach, Sandra; Hinz, Thomas, 2019, "Replication Data for: Pouring water into wine: revisiting the advantages of the crosswise model for asking sensitive questions",, AUSSDA, V1, UNF:6:E8F3X8hQApDi0hcGCTs3PA== [fileUNF]
The Crosswise Model (CM) has been proposed as a method to reduce effects of social desirability in sensitive questions. In contrast with former variants of Randomized Response Techniques (RRTs), the crosswise model neither offers a self-protective response strategy, nor does it r...
Dec 20, 2018
de Leeuw, Edith; Hox, Joop; Luiten, Annemieke, 2018, "Replication Data for: International Nonresponse Trends across Countries and Years - An analysis of 36 years of Labour Force Survey data",, AUSSDA, V1, UNF:6:ig/vuGEsl4MRLs7fnDOXtg== [fileUNF]
Household survey nonresponse is a matter of concern in many countries. In one of the first international trend analyses, de Leeuw and de Heer (2002) found that response rates declined over the years, and that countries differed in response rates and nonresponse trends. Their anal...
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