Can a Non-Probabilistic Online Panel Achieve Question Quality Similar to that of the European Social Survey?

@article{Revilla2015CanAN,
  title={Can a Non-Probabilistic Online Panel Achieve Question Quality Similar to that of the European Social Survey?},
  author={M. Revilla and W. Saris and G. Loewe and Carlos Ochoa},
  journal={International Journal of Market Research},
  year={2015},
  volume={57},
  pages={395 - 412}
}
Recently, Revilla and Saris (2012) showed, using data from the Netherlands, that the quality of responses (product of reliability and validity) in a probability-based online panel (LISS) can be similar to those from face-to-face surveys (European Social Survey round 4). However, most online panels select their members in a non probability-based way. They usually also send many more surveys per month to their panellists. Both together can generate professional respondents whose quality of… Expand

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