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The newest issue of Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology is now available online. Articles in this issue include: An Extension of Kish’s Formula for Design Effects to Two- and Three-Stage Designs With Stratification, Model-Assisted Survey Regression Estimation with the Lasso, An Item Response Theory Approach to Estimating Survey Mode Effects: Analysis of Data from a Randomized Mode Experiment and more!

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Cellular Telephone Methods: Evolutions and Improvements
Presented by David Dutwin
Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Survey Data Analysis and Visualization in R
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Tuesday, July 11, 2017

AAPOR Issues Statement on U.S. Census Director Resignation

New AAPOR Reports:
An Evaluation of 2016 Election Polls in the U.S.
The Future Of U.S. General Population Telephone Survey Research

AAPOR/WAPOR Statement Regarding Intervention Against Pollsters in Ecuador

AAPOR Statement on Trump/Pence Campaign Web Survey 

APOR Profile: Rob Santos

Robert Santos described himself in his 2014 Presidential Address as “a mathematical statistician who was lured into the world of survey sampling, project management, survey operations, and social science research.” As chief methodologist at the Urban Institute, he now conducts sociopolitical analysis with pragmatism, passion and scientific rigor. An expert in quantitative and qualitative studies, he has a deep understanding of both the statistical issues and scientific purpose of his research. Read more about Rob Santos.


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