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What is a Survey? PDF Print E-mail
Written by DJS Research Ltd.   
26 Jul 2006
Surveys, as explained by DJS Research Ltd.

Used in quantitative research, surveys obtain respondent information, usually by means of a questionnaire. In a phone survey, a researcher will complete the questionnaire according to the responses of the respondent and with the dawn of the internet, online questionnaires allow respondents to fill out the information for themselves. The traditional means of carrying out a survey are postal, via telephone, online or face-to-face; however, as technology moves in new directions, mobile phones and PDAs have also become viable outlets.

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