Survey data have long served as our central method for understanding the attitudes and behaviors of the public. Recently, however, some researchers have suggested that data from online social networking sites may be able to occupy this same space. In a number of projects, with multiple colleagues, I am working to identify the conditions under which these two very different sources of data might lead to similar conclusions.
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