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Polling and the Public: What Every Citizen Should Know (5th edition)

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How can a public opinion poll of only 1,500 Americans accurately represent the entire population? Asher demystifies this and other polling issues with clear descriptions, colorful anecdotes, and such up-to-date examples as polls concerning doctor-assisted suicide and NATO expansion. He explains how the wording and ordering of the survey questions, and the interviewer's techniques profoundly affect the response the pollster gets. Public opinion polls are pervasive, influencing discourse and decision-making on practically ...

Polling and the Public: What Every Citizen Should Know 2011, CQ Press, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9781604266061

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Polling and the Public: What Every Citizen Should Know 2007, CQ Press, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9780872893405

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Polling and the Public: What Every Citizen Should Know 2004, CQ Press, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9781568028330

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Polling and the Public: What Every Citizen Should Know 2001, CQ Press

ISBN-13: 9781568025827

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Polling and the Public: What Every Citizen Should Know 1998, CQ-Roll Call Group Books, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9781568024004

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Polling and the Public: What Every Citizen Should Know 1995, CQ-Roll Call Group Books, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9780871877550

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Polling and the Public: What Every Citizen Should Know 1991, CQ-Roll Call Group Books, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9780871876034

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Polling and the Public: What Every Citizen Should Know 1987, Congressional Quarterly Books

ISBN-13: 9780871874023

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