Quant and Qual Research Usage

GRIT Winter 2014 cover

Last week, GreenBook announced the publication of the 14th edition of the GreenBook Research Industry Trends report, based on a survey of 2,229 researchers from across the US, Europe and Latin America. As in past studies, the split was roughly 80% suppliers/20% clients: 1,786 suppliers and 443 clients. The survey asked, among other things, about […]

Is the Ideal Survey Length 20 Minutes?

20 minutes

We’re counting down our Top 10 blog posts of 2013. Coming in at #8 is this webinar recap originally published August 8. As part of the CASRO webinar series, Inna Burdein, Ph.D., director of panel analytics with the NPD Group, discussed her research into survey length and effort. The session moderator – John Bremer, the […]

Grid-Cheating Panelists on Trial

Columbo

As part of the CASRO webinar series, a few weeks ago Pete Cape, global knowledge director of SSI, discussed his research into respondents’ use of grids. It began with a mystery posed by the 2009 paper, “Beyond ‘Trapping’ the Undesirable Panelist: Use of Red Herrings to Reduce Satisficing” by Jeff Miller and Jamie Baker-Prewitt, PhD, […]