Attitudinal differences - comparing people who belong to multiple vs. single panels

This paper addresses the representativeness of panellists who are in multiple panels as compared to those in one or a limited number of panels.

Attitudinal differences – comparing people who belong to multiple vs. single panels

Dimitrio Casdas, Brian Fine and Con MenictasAMR Interactive, Australia

INTRODUCTION

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