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AAPORnet will be down for scheduled maintenance on Monday, December 5, 2016, from 1-3pm CST.
The newest issue of Public Opinion Quarterly is now available online. Articles in this issue include: Ethnic Cueing across Minorities: A Survey Experiment on Candidate Evaluation in the United States, Cheating on Political Knowledge Questions in Online Surveys: An Assessment of the Problem and Solutions, Gay Rights in Congress: Public Opinion and (Mis)representation, and more. 
The newest issue of Survey Practice is now available online. The articles of this issue deal with Experimenting with the Addressee Line in a Mail Survey of Hispanic Households, Availability of Respondent Provided Financial Records to Supplement Self-Reports of Household Expenditures, The Relationship Between Linkage Refusal and Selected Health Conditions of Survey Respondents and more. 

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Upcoming Webinar: Smart Phones, Smart Questionnaires? The Challenges of Delivering Surveys via Mobile Devices 
Presented by Michael Link, PhD
Tuesday, December 13, 2016

AAPOR to Examine 2016 Presidential Election Polling
 
AAPOR Profile: Peter Miller

Peter Miller is a former AAPOR President, having served in that role in 2009 and 2010. One of his biggest accomplishments as AAPOR President was launching the Transparency Initiative, which now encompasses more than 75 survey firms. Over the years, Peter has served AAPOR in many other ways—he was AAPOR’s Standards Chair, its Conference Chair, and, for eight years, the Editor-in-Chief of its flagship journal, Public Opinion Quarterly. Read more about Peter Miller.



 

 

 

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