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Market Research Mistakes Part 2: In this second of a four-part series, author Rainer Kocsis explores the effects of selection bias in a depression-era election poll.
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The poll, conducted online between May 8 and 11, asked 411 eligible voters from the Calgary area how they intend to vote in Alberta’s upcoming provincial general election. The survey also included questions about topical policy issues and recent government promises.
Market Research Mistakes Part I: In this first of a four-part series, author Rainer Kocsis explores the effects of common logical errors in assessing data sets through the retelling of a WWII scenario.
Featuring recent client work with AIMGA and CCIS, our contributions to the conference include an innovative digital solutions, with partner Blue Jarvis Technologies, to international medical credential application in Canada and new research around the Temporary Foreign Worker Program.
The poll, conducted online between January 31 and February 7, asked 662 eligible voters how they intend to vote in Alberta’s upcoming provincial general election. The survey also included questions about topical policy issues at the provincial and federal levels.
Partner, Sponsor, Exhibitor, Speaker – We’re Going All in for CNAR2022 in Charlottetown Our registration is confirmed, our flights are booked, and our rooms reserved. We’re just waiting to pick up the goodies from the printer and then we’ll be…