Can Marketing Data Improve Survey Sampling?

Working in conjunction with GfK (Formerly Knowledge Networks), this project explores whether ancillary data purchased from consumer marketing companies can be used to accurately identify niche populations for survey research and to produce effective survey weights.  We also assess the extent to which such ancillary data may be biased and could potentially lead sampling statisticians astray.

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