News, Press & Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Insights Industry Leadership Conference

September 26-27, 2017

Formerly CASRO Annual Conference, join us for this rare opportunity to discuss critical industry and business management issues with the research community’s top business and thought leaders.


August 2017

The Status of Telephone Interviewing in the US:  Is there a future?

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June 2017

SSRS has moved!

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May 2017

Meet Our Team in New Orleans!

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March 2017

The Relationship Between Children and the News

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February 2017

The 2017 AICR Cancer Risk Awareness Survey, Financial Trust Index and National Drink Wine Day

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January 2017

Take a look at our 2016 Highlights, a compilation of the work we’ve done over the past year!

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December 2016

What is America’s favorite hot beverage to drink during the winter and holiday season?

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October 2016

Inside the complex process of taking America’s political pulse

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September 2016

American Tailgating, The Affordable Care Act, and ABC News

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August 2016

Horserace Polling, Who’s Playing Pokémon GO and Labeling GMO Foods

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July 2016

Data Collection Webinar, Invisible Wounds of War and Trends in Telephone Outcomes

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In the Press

White Papers

Non-probability Samples: Emerging Methods & Models for High Quality Research

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The Status of Telephone Interviewing in the US: Is There a Future?

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Mobile Sampling

What criteria are there to make the decision to remove landlines in telephone surveys entirely?

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Researching Hispanics

Hispanics, one of the largest growing population segments in the United States, present special challenges to survey researchers.

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Customer Satisfaction & Loyalty Research

Why is customer satisfaction and loyalty research so important? One word: Revenue.

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Address-based Samples

Do Address-based Samples offer potential for the best sample coverage of small geographic areas and excellent ability to target small areas with distinct socioeconomic characteristics?

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