MAPOR 2022 Annual Conference

There have been substantial (and surprising) shifts in both the way our work is conducted and the results of our work. Combined with the fact that this is a midterm election year, this year’s Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research annual conference focuses on the innovations and changes that have occurred in survey research in recent years. Don’t miss Ipsos experts who’ll be speaking at the conference about:

Go Along to Get Along? Sorry, Acquiescence Bias in Agreement Scales in Non-existent
Speakers: Randall K. Thomas, Megan A. Hendrich

Understanding the Effects of Panel Satisfaction on Panel Attrition and Retention
Speakers: Jennifer Durow, Frances Barlas

Disentangling the Effects of Panel Conditioning and Panel Attrition
Speakers: Jennifer Durow, Frances Barlas

Please Repeat: Comparing Analytics Models Across Samples and Modes
Speakers: Larry Osborn, Madeline Gosz Randall K. Thomas, Frances M. Barlas, Poom Nukulkij

Party ID Revisited: Interpreting Party ID Construction in Political Polling During the Era of Polarization
Speakers: Ryan C. Tully, Randall K. Thomas, Frances Barlas

Agree to Disagree?: Response Patterns in Agreement vs. Item-Specific Formats
Speakers: Megan A. Hendrich, Randall K. Thomas

Targeting Accuracy?: Does Targeted Sample Reduce Bias in Probability-based Samples?
Speakers: Randall K. Thomas, Megan A. Hendrich

Fear of dirty data?: Data cleaning effects on analytic model quality
Speakers: Megan A. Hendrich, Randall K. Thomas, Frances Barlas

The longest war: Examining public opinion towards the war In Afghanistan
Speakers: Ryan C. Tully, Randall K. Thomas

For more conference details, please visit the MAPOR website.

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