Monthly Archives: June 2014

Housing Surveys Are Unreliable

The MacArthur Foundation, in reporting the results of a survey, would have us believe that “over half of all U.S. adults (52%) have had to make at least one sacrifice in order to cover their rent or mortgage. . . … Continue reading

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Survey Research Generates Conflicting Answers

Many published studies in academic journals, newspapers, and online indicate that survey research (any instrument or procedure that asks questions of respondents) generates conflicting answers. This often occurs when an asking instrument contains numerous questions on a particular topic. Answers … Continue reading

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