Mobile Response in Web Panels

@inproceedings{Bruijne2014MobileRI,
  title={Mobile Response in Web Panels},
  author={Marika de Bruijne and Arnaud Wijnant},
  year={2014}
}
  • Marika de Bruijne, Arnaud Wijnant
  • Published 2014
  • Computer Science
  • This article investigates unintended mobile access to surveys in online, probability-based panels. We find that spontaneous tablet usage is drastically increasing in web surveys, while smartphone usage remains low. Further, we analyze the bias of respondent profiles using smartphones and tablets compared to those using computers, on the basis of several sociodemographic characteristics. Our results indicate not only that mobile web respondents differ from PC users but also that tablet users… CONTINUE READING

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