AAPOR
The leading association
of public opinion and
survey research professionals
American Association for Public Opinion Research

New Books Launch Party!

party-popper-5009414_960_720.pngAAPOR Conference has the tradition of sharing new books in the annual Book Exhibit and Sale as well as featuring authors at Meet-the-Author events. We reimagine this tradition with a virtual book launch party to celebrate the achievement of AAPOR authors and their new books on public opinion and survey research. Attendees who join the party and interact with the participating authors and editors could win one or more of these new books ($40 - $150).

The New Books Launch Party! takes place immediately following the Presidential Address on June 12, 2020. See Schedule of Events.
 
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Sustaining Sponsors

Westat
Ipsos Public Affairs, LLC

Platinum Sponsors

ICF
Reconnaissance Market Research
RTI
SSRS

Gold Sponsors

ABT Associates
Marketing Systems Group
NORC at the University of Chicago

Bronze Sponsors

Adapt, Inc.
D3
EdChoice
Nielsen
Precision Opinion
UCONN

Conference Supporters

ASDE Survey Sampler
Dynata

Exhibitors

GetThru
Ironwood
NPC
Oxford University Press
ReadexResearch
Roper Center
StataCorp LLC

Notice to Federal Employees

The Annual AAPOR Conference conforms to the OPM definition of a “developmental assignment.” It is intended for educational purposes; over three quarters of time schedule is for planned, organized exchange of information between presenters and audience, thereby qualifying under section 4101 of title 5, United States Code as a training activity. The AAPOR Conference is a collaboration in the scientific community, whose objectives are to provide a training opportunity to attendees; teach the latest methodology and approaches to survey research best practices; make each attendee a better survey researcher, and; maintain and improve professional survey competency.