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

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Apr 22, 2024
Thewes, Christoph, 2024, "Replication Data for: Asking Volunteers: Pitfalls and Solutions for Surveying Voluntary Organisations in Germany (OA edition)",, AUSSDA, V1
Volunteering is seen as an effective way to address a wide range of issues that are present in modern societies, in particular in rural areas. In order to gain insight into the current state of volunteering, a survey was carried out with the aim of providing an inventory of the d...
Mar 21, 2024
Wilson, Carole; Plutowski, Luke; Zechmeister, Elizabeth J., 2024, "Replication Data for: Do Question Topic and Placement Shape Survey Breakoff Rates? (OA edition)",, AUSSDA, V1, UNF:6:RikXfDy/jA4flzopyvknIQ== [fileUNF]
Full edition for public use. These data come from a telephone survey of Haitian adults conducted April-June 2020. The study considers whether placing questions about a salient topic (COVID-19) decreases breakoff rates. The overall survey is concerned with democratic attitudes, bu...
Jun 15, 2023
Sohlberg, Jacob; Branham, J. Alexander, 2021, "Replication Data for: Just a Difficult Election to Poll? How Context Affects Polling Accuracy (OA edition)",, AUSSDA, V2, UNF:6:n4RftwCz8ZmBnrAeoqWWxA== [fileUNF]
Although polling accuracy increases throughout the election, polls are always at least a little wrong on election day. In this article, we attempt to understand how characteristics of particular elections may make them harder (or easier) to predict. In particular, we focus on est...
May 16, 2023
Eifler, Stefanie; Petzold, Knut; Verbeek-Teres, Miryam, 2023, "Replication Data for: Presentation Format Differences in Factorial Surveys: Written Vignettes Versus Photo Vignettes (OA edition)",, AUSSDA, V1, UNF:6:jHFdN5pPUxjz751VjZMwWQ== [fileUNF]
This study is devoted to an analysis of presentation format differences in factorial survey experiments by the example of fear of crime as conceptualized by criminological theories. Guided by approaches from the psychology of cognition, we aim at a systematic comparison of the pr...
Mar 29, 2022
Capistrano, Daniel; Creighton, Mathew, 2022, "Replication Data for: The effect of advance letters on survey participation: The case of Ireland and the European Social Survey",, AUSSDA, V1, UNF:6:l6xx0YG9BBiCERD+ee4fqg== [fileUNF]
This study examined the effects of advance letters on individual participation in the 2018 round of the European Social Survey in Ireland. As participation rates in household surveys have been in decline in many countries, understanding the impact of engagement strategies, such a...
Jul 28, 2021
Voorpostel, Marieke; Roberts, Caroline; Ghoorbin, Margarita, 2021, "Replication Data for: Integrating online data collection in a household panel study: effects on second-wave participation",, AUSSDA, V1
Received wisdom in survey practice suggests that using web mode in the first wave of a panelstudy is not as effective as using interviewers. Based on data from a two-wave mode experiment for the Swiss Household Panel (SHP), this study examines how the use of online data collectio...
Dec 11, 2020
Andreadis, Ioannis, 2020, "Replication Data for: Text Message (SMS) Pre-notifications, Invitations and Reminders for Web Surveys",, AUSSDA, V1
This paper presents the findings derived from a mobile friendly web survey, during which all invitations and reminders were sent as text messages via short message service (SMS) to the mobile telephones of the target group. The web survey under study was conducted for the Nationa...
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...
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