Baffour-Awuah, Bernard; Haynes, Michelle; Western, Mark Chakrit; Pennay, Darren; Misson, Sebastian; Martinez, Arturo
Until quite recently, telephone surveys have typically relied on landline telephone numbers. However, with the increasing popularity and affordability of mobile phones, there has been a surge in households that do not have landline connections. Additionally, there has been a decline in the response rates and population coverage of landline telephone surveys, creating a challenge to collecting representative social data. Dual-frame telephone surveys that use both landline and mobile phone...[Show more]
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