MAPOR Annual Conference

Ipsos is delighted to be a gold sponsor of this year’s Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research annual conference – to be held both virtually and in-person in Chicago.

This year’s conference theme focuses on the MAPOR community’s chance to come together to reexamine survey, communication, and public opinion research. The 2021 conference provides an opportunity to explore what traditional methods, theories, and principles remain valid and which need further evolution and innovation during this period of significant societal change.

While at the conference, don’t miss out on these Ipsos presentations:

  • Clarity of vision: How well do online samples represent people of color in the U.S.?
  • Does data cleaning improve or diminish data quality for sub-groups?
  • What do participants want?: Understanding motivations of diverse participants.
  • Being ground down: Quality of life affected by demographics and discrimination experiences.
  • You are what you feel: Impact of demographics and discrimination events on affective experience.
  • It’s all in the numbers?: Examination of the new numeric response format.
  • Local bias: Examination of data validity across samples and modes.
  • Examining the effects of political polarization on U.S. public opinion towards the COVID-19 pandemic.

For more event details, please visit the MAPOR website.

Speakers :

  • Frances Barlas Ph.D., Vice President and Head of KnowledgePanel Sampling Statistics

  • Randall K. Thomas, Ipsos Public Affairs in North America, Senior Vice President

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