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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: THURSDAY, MAY 16, 2019

2019 Annual American Association for Public Opinion Research Conference

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MAY 16, 2019 — Researchers from the U.S. Census Bureau, along with many other survey research professionals across the nation, will present findings at the 74th Annual American Association for Public Opinion Research Conference May 16-19, 2019, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. This year’s theme is “Populism Around the World!” 

This multiday conference is a forum for Census Bureau staffers to present and discuss their research on public opinion and survey research for professional discussion on a spectrum of topics including: 

  • Evaluating the Quality of Interviewer Observations in a Household Survey Using Previously Collected Survey Data
  • Are Sexual Minorities Hard-to-Survey? Insights From the 2020 Census Barriers, Attitudes and Motivators Survey (CBAMS)
  • Changes to Data About Same-Sex Couples in the Current Population Survey
  • Employing Behavior Insights to Entice Response to Census Bureau Surveys
  • Better Late Than Never? The Use of an Adaptive Incentive With Nonrespondents
  • Current Challenges and Opportunities for Methodological Programs: Experiences at the Census Bureau
  • A Qualitative Exploration of Trust in Statistics and Data Sharing
  • How Many People Live in This Household? An Analysis of the Difference Between Census Residency Rules and Respondents’ Understanding of Who Should Count
  • Differential Privacy Comes to the U.S. Census Bureau
  • Communicating Privacy Principles and Data Protection Methods: An Evaluation of Different Qualitative Pretesting Methods

Visit the American Association of Public Opinion Research’s Annual Conference page for more information on the papers and posters to be presented at the conference, including a preliminary program with abstracts.

To learn more about Census Bureau researchers, visit our Researcher Profiles.

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Contact


Daniel Velez
Public Information Office
301-763-3030
pio@census.gov 

 
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