Marketing researchers should bury multipunch survey format

Neal, William D.
November 1981
Marketing News;11/27/1981, Vol. 15 Issue 11, Special section p1
Trade Publication
Comments on the need for marketing researchers to stop the use of multipunch survey formats. Reasons behind the use of the multipunch approach by marketing researchers; Overview of the format; Difference between multipunch and single-punch survey formats.


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