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March 05, 2012

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I wrote a blog post that refers to this one and gives a bit more of the respondent's perspective: "Three reasons why your survey response may not be what you want" http://rosenfeldmedia.com/books/survey-design/blog/three_reasons_why_your_respons/
(or http://bit.ly/ArvgVk )

I was present at CASRO, and agree this was a compelling session. I must admit that some of the 'shocked' reactions put me in mind of a scene from Casablanca...

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