The Critical Need for High-Quality Data Collectors: Avoiding Misinformation

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Research survey budgets are tight and scientists are increasingly concerned with obtaining high-quality data at the lowest possible cost. The budget of any research project depends upon a number of factors and can vary from one project to another. While web-based survey can be the most economical way in which to rapidly reach a large… Read more »

Survey Research and the Bathroom Bill

The Bathroom as Battleground The public bathroom has become a battleground that is being waged across the nation. North Carolina’s HB2 bill, stipulating that individuals are required to the use the bathroom that coincides with the gender on their birth certificate, is highly controversial and hotly debated. Similar “bathroom bills” have been introduced by social… Read more »

The GuLF Study and the Formation of a Disaster Response Platform

Deepwater Horizon Oil Rig Explosion and Fire - US Coast Guard

The Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill The Deepwater Horizon oil spill of April 20, 2010, is considered the largest accidental marine oil spill in the history of the petroleum industry, with an estimated 4.9 million barrels of oil expelled into the Gulf of Mexico from a seafloor well leak. The quantity of oil discharge and the… Read more »

Headway in Research Goes to AAPOR

Recently, Headway attended the AAPOR Annual Conference in Austin, Texas. This year’s theme was “Reshaping the Research Landscape: Public Opinion and Data Science”. We caught up with Headway’s own Enterprise Sales Manager, Alan Zdanowski, to ask about his experience at the conference. What is AAPOR? AAPOR is the American Association for Public Opinion Research. The… Read more »