2018 Spring Event: Challenges And Opportunities Facing Federal Statistics

The U.S. Federal Statistical System collects and disseminates crucial statistics and information that serve the public good. However, the Census Bureau and other Federal statistical agencies are facing a number of serious immediate and long-term challenges, ranging from declining survey response rates to increasing demand for data. How are the Census Bureau and other Federal …

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Spring Student Paper Competition: Annual Young Public Opinion Stars

Students and recent graduates have the chance to shine by presenting their work to a wide audience of seasoned professionals and student peers. To apply: The abstract is required for submission by March 14, 2018. Applicants will be notified by March 28 regarding acceptance. Include the following along with your abstract: Please send abstracts and contact …

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Public Opinion In The Marketplace: A Conversation With David Brancaccio

What do news organizations think about when reporting on public opinion? How do they bring survey statistics to life? David Brancaccio, an award winning journalist and host of public radio’s Marketplace Morning Report, will provide his insight on these questions, drawing on his journalism career that includes time at Marketplace and PBS. David, together with …

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Panjaapor November Meet & Greet Happy Hour (Free!)

WHEN: Wednesday, November 15th, 6:00pm WHERE: The Dillinger Room, 338 George St, New Brunswick, NJ 08901 (https://www.thedillingerroom.com/) WHAT: This is a great opportunity to network with others who conduct survey research. Appetizers will be provides, and you can purchase drinks at the bar. We hope to see you all there! REGISTRATION: There is no cost, …

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Keynote: Taking Stock Of The Field Of Survey Research

Keynote Address: David Dutwin Never before has the field of survey research held so much uncertainty and opportunity. Questions about the reliability and validity of survey estimates abound in an age where single digit response rates are not uncommon. The recent presidential election results have also fueled questions about whether the accuracy of survey estimates …

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2016 Fall Event: Election Post-mortem

Featuring: Gary Langer of Langer Research Associates discussing the recent Presidential Election! Details: Location:

Student Paper Competition

The PA/NJ chapter of the American Association of Public Opinion Research (AAPOR) is holding a student paper competition. Awards will be presented to the top three papers! Please indicate intention to submit (with working title) along with any questions to Yvonne Shands at yshands@ssrs.com. Final paper submissions are to be completed by October 28, 2016. Details: …

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Student Paper Presentations And Keynote Address

Keynote: “Hispanics in the 2016 Presidential Election” — presented by Mark Hugo Lopez, Director of Hispanic Research at Pew Details: Monday, March 21 Location: PLENARY SPEAKER: Mark Hugo Lopez Mark Hugo Lopez is director of Hispanic research at Pew Research Center. He studies the attitudes and opinions of Latinos, Hispanic views of identity, the political engagement …

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Probability Panels: Insights From The Field

The PA/NJ chapter of AAPOR invites you to a reception and panel discussion featuring representatives from our industry’s top research organizations discussing how on-line probability panels fit into the overall research landscape. Topics will include: how these panels originated, why they were created, and how researchers can successfully employ them in their work. Panelists will …

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