Religiosity-of-Interviewer Effects: Assessing the Impact of Veiled Enumerators on Survey Response in Egypt

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While public opinion research has expanded rapidly in the Islamic world since 2001, little scholarly work has examined interviewer effects related to an enumerator’s religious adherence. We find that the perceived religiosity of an interviewer impacts respondents’ expressions of personal piety and adherence to Islamic cultural norms in a sample of… (More)

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@inproceedings{Blaydes2013ReligiosityofInterviewerEA, title={Religiosity-of-Interviewer Effects: Assessing the Impact of Veiled Enumerators on Survey Response in Egypt}, author={Lisa Blaydes and Rachel M. Gillum}, year={2013} }