The Washington D.C. chapter of the American Association of Public Opinion Research (DC AAPOR) and the Washington Statistical Society (WSS) will host their annual summer conference next week on Monday, August 3rd at the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
D3 Systems will present a paper on the “Implications of Gender on Survey Research in Egypt.” This paper utilizes data from D3’s national face-to-face survey designed and implemented to study landline and mobile telephone ownership and telephony habits of Egyptians. The authors explore the role of an interviewer’s gender on participation rates and responses, in order to further inform and improve dual-mode telephone research in and into Egypt.
We will also present two posters that showcase data visualizations of public opinion surveys in Iraq and Kenya. Other panels at the DC AAPOR/WSS conference will explore survey measurement of social issues, non-probability samples visual aspects of question design, cognitive testing, and longitudinal and panel survey issues.
See the full conference program here.
We hope to see you there!