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Michael W. Link (center) of Abt Associates moderated an AAPOR panel on May 18 entitled, “Accessing the Climate for Surveys and Social Science Data Collection: A Conversation Moderator.” Joining the conversation (L-R) was John Dick of CivicScience, Claudia Deane of the Pew Research Center, Margie Omero of PSB Research, and Peter Miller of the U.S. Bureau of the Census.
Abt Associates experts participated in 25 presentations at the American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR) 2017 Annual Conference, one of the premier forums for the advancement of public opinion and survey research, May 18-21 in New Orleans, LA.

The Abt presentations addressed a wide range of topics, from methodological refinements to using technology – such as GPS and text messages – to expand research possibilities.

“We are in a period of rapidly changing methodology for public opinion and survey research, which presents both challenges and opportunities,” said Michael Link, Abt division vice president for Data Science, Surveys, and Enabling Technologies. “We at Abt are riding this wave of change and carry out ever-improving and more informative research.”

View the complete list of Abt presentations at AAPOR 2017.

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AAPOR 2017: The Value of Face-to-Face Time in a Digital Age

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