Have you jumped on the subscription box bandwagon? Blue Apron, Stitch Fix, and Birch Box are some of the big names, but there are TONS more. I get half a

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My clients often want to ask people questions like, “Do you like this product?” “Is this ad credible?” “Would you take this off the shelf or take some action if

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It’s been a few weeks since my talk at CASRO, and I’ve been too busy with client work (that’s a good thing!) and current events to really focus on delving

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You may have seen the famous 1948 picture where a jubilant Harry S Truman holds up the Chicago Tribune whose front page headline was written based on faulty poll data.

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I saw this sign in Buenos Aires the other day and stopped for a second. Not only do I love the variety of words for bus in Latin America (autobus,

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Like everyone else I know, I got a little obsessed with Serial at the end of last year. In case you’ve been living under a rock, Serial is a podcast

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So far this year, I’ve worked from half a dozen US cities, as well as Mexico, Thailand, China, and, currently, the Dominican Republic.  As a location-independent researcher, I’m delighted by

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A friend just pointed me to this article on a Washington Post survey of local issues in my hometown of Washington, D.C.  Seems there’s a little hullaballoo about the framing of the survey results—namely,

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I recently did a week-long juice fast at a wellness center.  Upon arrival, I was handed a questionnaire asking about my eating habits and how often I suffered from each

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Survey design is a linguistically intense undertaking.  Every respondent should get the same meaning from your questions—and it should be the meaning you had in mind when you wrote the

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