Reinterviewing, Advanced Statistics

Reinterviewing is the second interview for a sample of survey respondents in which questions of the original interview (or the subset of them) are repeated again. The same methods of questioning require not be used on the second occasion. The method can be used to estimate the components in survey error models and to evaluate the field work.

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