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Response rate in Switzerland. Dominique Joye www.sidos.ch. Response rate in Switzerland. Introduction. Household survey is also part of the national culture. Interviewee Interviewer. What is response rate?. Response rate in Switzerland. Respondents and non-respondents.

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Response rate in Switzerland

Dominique Joyewww.sidos.ch


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Response rate in Switzerland


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Introduction


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Household survey is also part of the national culture

  • Interviewee

  • Interviewer


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What is response rate?


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Response rate in Switzerland


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Respondents and non-respondents


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How to know more about non-respondents

  • Use the information in a "normal" survey

  • Use multi steps surveys

  • Use specific surveys


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A Swiss experience


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Basis

  • Two practical tests

  • 3 samples

  • Some additional levels of information


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Two practical tests

  • Incentives

  • Choice of respondent in the household


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Total

  • Household respondent:521

  • Household non-respondent: 229


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Household respondent:521

  • L1

    • Direct: 448

    • After conversion refusal: 73

  • L2

    • Individual questionnaire: 369

      • Easy

      • HtR

      • Reluctant

    • Losses: 152


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Household non-respondent: 229

  • Ineligible: 35

  • Not possible: 47

  • No contact: 39

  • Refusal 1: 102

  • Refusal 2: 79


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Results

  • Practical tests: table 1

  • Additional information


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Practical tests: table 1

  • Hypothesis 1: effect of incentive

  • Hypothesis 2: effect of selection in the household


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Additional information

  • Refusal with information (175 cases)

    • Research questions

      • Is there a way to predict conversion refusal?

      • Is there different patterns in the explanations given?

    • Results

  • Households with information

    • Research question

      • Is there different social characteristics between households with further response or not?

    • Results

  • individuals

    • Research question

      • Is there different answers to different topics between "easy", HtR and reluctant?

  • Results

    • Friends

    • Trust

    • Political interest


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Strategies of Improvement


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Interviewers

  • Training

  • Motivating


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Interviewees

  • Incentives

  • Information


  • Login