Census Regions – What it means for Hispanic Sample

Census Regions

Census regions are probably the last thing you think about when procuring Hispanic sample. Language, acculturation, and country of origin are likely at the top of your list. However, census regions are linked to all of the above. The Hispanic population distribution in the U.S. is considerably different than the rest of the population. For […]

4 Kinds of Survey Error: Sampling, Measurement, Coverage and Non-Response

family feud error

There are 4 generally-accepted types of survey error.  By survey error, I mean factors which reduce the accuracy of a survey estimate. It’s important to keep each type of survey error in mind when designing, executing and interpreting surveys.  However, I suspect some of them are more ingrained in our thinking about research, while others […]

What We’re Reading: Sample Size, Mobility, Emerging Practices

Good Monday to you all. We thought we’d start out the week with a list of some of the articles and posts that have most recently caught our eye. Let’s dive right in! How to Determine Sample Size for Segments – As always, Michaela Mora delivers some terrific educational content over at Relevant Insights. In […]

What is Online Research Sample?

Person in sample

Sample is a hot commodity in the world of online market research.  It’s defined as a finite part of a statistical population whose properties are studied to gain information about the whole (Webster, 1985). When dealing with people, it can be described as a set of respondents selected from a larger population for the purpose […]