Sampling Issues for Telephone Surveys in Scotland. Gerry Nicolaas Survey Methods Unit National Centre for Social Research 13 January 2004 email: G.Nicolaas@NatCen.ac.uk. This session will focus on:. Surveys of the general population Probability sampling.
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Survey Methods Unit
National Centre for Social Research
13 January 2004
- Smaller than average
- Headed by someone in social classes IV or V
Beerten and Martin, 1999
Source: Taylor, 2003; Ofcom 2003
- households with no telephone,
- households with only mobile phones, and
- households with unlisted telephone numbers.
- most socially & economically deprived groups,
- young mobile people,
- people living in small households.
e.g. 0131 557 xxxx
Nicolaas and Lynn (2002)
- Mitofsky-Waksberg two-stage method
- List-assisted methods
Source: Tipping & Nicolaas (2001)