Are you comfortable with doing surveys in which up to half of the responses you’re receiving are fraudulent? Or in which you’re getting a heavily biased group of respondents?
Research clients speak out on research vendors and the adoption of new tools and techniques
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When you use an online access panel for research, you depend on those respondents to help inform your critical business decisions. But what if your survey is the ninth one your respondents have taken today?