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Superior data collection techniques form a cornerstone in capturing representative information from a population.  The design of probability-based online surveys is a stand-alone science, critical to eliciting accurate business decisions and public policy making, and to advancing the social sciences.  For online-based research, a self-administered Web survey relies heavily on the quality of a questionnaire.  At Knowledge Networks, our survey design experts carry out a continuing program in this methodological area and keep up-to-date about new research and findings.  KnowledgePanel® – with its unique probability-based sample – has served as an active laboratory for preeminent survey design experts who wish to test various hypotheses.  We invite you to peruse the body of literature below, to learn about our work in this area.  Or contact our survey design experts to find out how they can help with your need.

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On matters related to survey solutions and pricing for new projects contact:

For DC area orgs, universities, and federal agencies (except public affairs/PR):
Joe Garrett
703 830-0613
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For universities, foundations, and non-profits:
Wendy Mansfield
202 686-0933
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For research firms:
Mike Lawrence
202 370-6345
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For public affairs and PR firms:
Chris Moessner
202 640-6519
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For health policy studies:
Jordon Peugh
646 742-5334
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On matters related to existing contracts:

J. Michael Dennis
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J. M. Dennis, Ph.D.
Knowledge Networks
2100 Geng Road
Suite 210
Palo Alto, CA 94303

Wendy Mansfield
202 686-0933
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