SSRS EVP David Dutwin Publishes Two New Articles
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Everything You Need to Consider When Deciding to Field a Survey of Jews: Choices in Survey Methods and Their Consequences on Quality
A review of common approaches to Jewish community research and a discussion of each in the context of the typology of potential survey errors. Despite increased costs, RDD telephone remains a uniquely powerful and useful data gathering tool for Jewish community research; no other approach executed has yet to result in survey estimates which have not been out-of-trend with past surveys in the same community as well as trends found in similar communities nationwide.
Geographic variation in cardiopulmonary resuscitation education within the United States
Research conducted by SSRS for the University of Pennsylvania finds significant differences across the U.S. in knowledge and training about Cardiopulmonary resuscitation and Automated external defibrillators.