Articles by Yazmín García Trejo
Dr. García Trejo is a social science researcher and a member of the language and cross-cultural team at the U.S. Census Bureau’s Center for Behavioral Science Methods. Her expertise is on survey methodology, pre-testing, and communications research, with a focus on hard-to-count populations. She holds a PhD in Political Science and M.A. degrees in Survey Research and Latin American studies from the University of Connecticut.
Drag-and-Drop Versus Numeric Entry Options: A Comparison of Survey Ranking Questions in Qualtrics
Abstract An online feedback survey for the 2020 United States Census Partnership program included a question asking respondents to rank the amount of time they spent on six job-related tasks. For this study, we randomly assigned respondents to answer this question using either the numeric entry or drag-and-drop option available in Qualtrics™. We compared the […] [Read More]