Monthly Archives: August 2014

Nationalism: Devisive, Counterproductive

Edward Snowden provides us with a better understanding of the extent of the national security state, but he’s more than a little off the mark when he wraps himself in the American flag (cover, Wired, 9/14), reflecting “the love of … Continue reading

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Survey Researchers and Public Opinion

Survey researchers/askers investigating public opinion have never agreed “`on what the public is and on what public opinion is’”.  That’s a conclusion of the Second International Conference on Public Opinion Research, 1947 (Rogers, The Pollsters, p.11) and here’s a 2008 … Continue reading

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