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Survey methodology research has provided evidence for a social desirability bias based on interviewer gender (see Krumpal, 2013 and West & Blom, 2017 for an overview). However, only a few studies have examined gender-of-interviewer effects in the context of gender ideologies, gender...
Survey research is a widely used method for collecting data about a population of interest (Edwards et al., 2002, 2009). A high survey response rate—the proportion of individuals in a sample population participating in a survey—mitigates concerns about nonresponse bias and is thus a significant...
Over the past decade, Americans have become increasingly likely to believe that climate change is anthropogenic, or caused by human activities (e.g., Funk & Kennedy, 2019; Gallup, 2019; Leiserowitz et al., 2019). For example, recent Gallup surveys find that while just 50% of Americans expressed...
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