Online survey capabilities. Representative, probability-based sampling. That combination is what brings researchers throughout the government sector and the academic community to Knowledge Networks. Our ability to harness new technology without compromising methodology makes KnowledgePanelSM the only online survey source that meets the standard of federal and peer review.
Our surveys utilize the web-enabled KnowledgePanelSM, a probability-based Panel designed to be representative of the U.S. population. Initially, participants are chosen scientifically by a random selection of telephone numbers. Persons in selected households are then invited by telephone to participate in the web-enabled Panel. Those who agree to participate, who are not already on the Internet, are sent an Internet appliance and receive an Internet service connection provided by Knowledge Networks. People who already have computers and Internet service are permitted to participate using their own equipment. Panelists then receive unique log-in information for accessing surveys online, and then are sent emails three to four times a month inviting them to participate in research.
Both the KN staff and investigators who use KnowledgePanelSM actively research this panel method itself and answer important social and public policy questions with their publications. For examples and references to such work, please review our Project Descriptions and the regularly-updated KN Bibliography.
Our customers who include researchers from government, academia, and the non-profit community share a common need: they have important questions to answer, and they need to have their work withstand scrutiny. The staff at Knowledge Networks stands ready to meet those needs. We bring a wealth of experience in all phases of research: survey design, data collection, analysis, and execution of innovative projects such as custom panels, instant polls, media testing, and online discussions.
Right, which is where I found the methodology, which is why I already posted that.The poll was conducted Feb. 18-25, 2005, with a nationwide sample of 1,182 American adults. The margin of error was 2.9-4.1%, depending on whether the question went to the full sample or part of the sample. The poll was fielded by Knowledge Networks using its nationwide panel, which is randomly selected from the entire adult population and subsequently provided Internet access. For more information about this methodology, go to www.knowledgenetworks.com/ganp.
Quite untrue, ask MM. While quite difficult, I haven't a problem admitting when I find I was wrong. In this case, I doubt it. I've helped write, conduct, and analyze polls when in college for sociology degree. Between the graduate level stats that degree and political science degree required, my ability to recognize generalized validity is quite high.this is a completely trustable entity.
They are well respected and asociated with the University of Maryland.
I know you will not accept these facts.
You never do seem to accept ay facts you dont like.