WAPOR 2022 Conference

WAPOR 75th annual conference took place on November 10-13, 2022 in Dubai, UAE. The event was organized in conjunction with the 5th regional conference of WAPOR Asia Pacific chapter which convened on November 13-15, 2022 at the same location. Some of the conference presenters have agreed to share their PPT presentations, available for downloading here. 

How Indians View Gender Roles in Families and Society​Jonathan Evans (Pew Research Center, USA), Neha Sahgal (Pew Research Center, USA), Ariana Monique Salazar (Pew Research Center, USA), Kelsey Jo Starr (Pew Research Center, USA), Manolo Corichi (Pew Research Center, USA)LINK
Measuring Caste in India: Reconciling Measurement Differences Between Official Statistics and Survey Results​Kelsey Jo Starr (Pew Research Center, USA), Neha Sahgal (Pew Research Center, USA), Jonathan Evans (Pew Research Center, USA), Ariana Monique Salazar (Pew Research Center, USA), Manolo Corichi (Pew Research Center, USA)LINK
Anticipating Culture-Driven Perception Shifts in 3MC SurveysSteve Dept (cApStAn, Belgium), Elica Krajceva (cApStAn, Belgium)LINK
Supporting Public Opinion Researchers to Make Their Work TransparentIrena Vipavc Brvar (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)LINK
Methodological proposal for the selection of public opinion measurement and market research techniqueLuis Herrero-Corona (De las Heras Demotecnia, Mexico)LINK
In-Person Survey Onlookers:
Do They Influence
Respondents’ Answers?
Josefina Mar (Social Weather Stations, Philippines), Gerardo Sandoval (Social Weather Stations, Philippines)LINK
Citizen Well-being and Good Governance: Do These Go Together in the Philippines?Gerardo Sandoval (Social Weather Stations, Philippines), Malou Tabor (Social Weather Stations, Philippines)LINK
Fielding the German ISSP 2020
Module as Stand-Alone Survey
During Covid-19 Times
Dörte Naber (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, Germany), Elvira Scholz (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, Germany)LINK
Post Pandemic: Study of Consumers & Economy
Neelabh Tyagi (CVoter Foundation), Anshul Vipat (CVoter Foundation) and Manu Sharma (CVoter Foundation)LINK
Changes in Views on Data Privacy in Australia During COVID-19Nicholas Biddle (Australian National University, Australia)LINK
Measurement and Validation of HH Water Security Scale (HWISE) in MexicoPablo Paras (Data OPM, Mexico)LINK
Women’s Participation in Physical Activity in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia – Findings from a Rapid ReviewKaren Kellard (National Center for Social Studies, Saudi Arabia)LINK
Factors Influencing Voters and
Political Participation in Thailand: Gender Perspective
Ratchawadee Sangmahamad, Thawilwadee Bureekul (King Prajadhipok's Institute, Thailand)LINK
Recruiting an Australian Probability-Based Online Panel using ABS, IVR and SMS Push-to-WebBenjamin Phillips (Social Research Centre, Australian National University), Dale Vandergert (Social Research Centre, Australian National University) Paul Myers, (Social Research Centre, Australian National University), Dina Neiger, (Social Research Centre, Australian National University), Graham Challice, (Social Research Centre, Australian National University)LINK
A longitudinal View on Parameters Highlighting Social Change in Saudi ArabiaCees Faber (Saudi Center for Opinion Polling, Saudi Arabia), Saud Alghamdi (Saudi Center for Opinion Polling, Saudi Arabia) LINK
Income Inequality in the Minds of Citizens: What They See Matters but How They View it Even More?Sonja Zmerli (Sciences Po Grenoble UGA, France)LINK
Public Opinion in Today’s Russia: Recent Trends and Research ChallengesStepan Lvov (VCIOM, Russia)LINK
The Role of Heuristics in Processing Survey Results:
Evidence from a Vignette Experiment
Sven Stadtmüller (GESIS - Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences, Germany), Henning Silber (GESIS - Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences, Germany), Jessica Daikeler (GESIS - Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences, Germany), Florian Keusch (University of Mannheim, Germany)LINK
WAPOR’s Conferences Over the Past 75 YearsTimothy Johnson (University of University of Illinois at Chicago, USA)LINK
Novus Using Public Opinion Polling to Track a PandemicTorbjörn Sjöström (Novus Group International, Sweden)LINK
How to Accurately Predict Voting Intention in Pre-electoral Elections. Tracking Polling MethodNarciso Michavila Núñez (GAD3, Spain), Sara Morais Vargas (GAD3, Spain), Beatriz Losada Pérez (GAD3, Spain)LINK
The Changing Face of Saudi Arabia - Findings from Focus Groups with Saudi Young Men and WomenGina Akjehani, Karen Kellard (National Center for Social Studies, Saudi Arabia)LINK
Young Adult Attitudes Toward
Global Threats and International Cooperation
Jacob Poushter (Pew Research Center, USA), Janell Fetterolf (Pew Research Center, USA), Moira Fagan (Pew Research Center, USA)LINK
Variations, Causes and Impact of Social Isolation on Well-Being of AdultsFernel Ted Paguinto (Social Weather Stations, Philippines)LINK
Call of Duty: Research in WarzoneElena Koneva (ExtremeScan, Cyprus)LINK
How much of Deviant Behavior is Justified: The Filipino Youth's Opinions Across TimeDankarl Leon Magpayo (Social Weather Stations, Philippines)LINK
Sensory Modalities and Deepfakes: Examining Users’ Credibility Evaluations and Sharing Intention of Different Forms of Political DeepfakesHui Wen Chua (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore), Saifuddin Ahmed (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)LINK
The Canadian Marketing Research
Industry: A Quarter
Century of Stability
and Change
Christopher Adams (University of Manitoba, Canada)LINK
Using Mobile Phone Survey Paradata to Evaluate and Improve ProcessesCasey Siesel (U.S. CDC, USA), Juliette Lee (U.S. CDC, USA), Rachael Phadnis (CDC Foundation, USA), Stacy Davlin (CDC Foundation, USA), Veronica Lea (U.S. CDC, USA)LINK
Pandemic Changing Us: A Comparison of Changes in Trust and Cyberpolitics, among European and American CountriesCarmen Beatriz Fernandez (UNAV, Spain), Jenifer Campos (IESA, Venezuela)LINK
Turkbarometer: Cross-Country Sociological Research. History of Formation, Methodology, Results.Botagoz Rakisheva (Public Opinion Research Institute, Kazakhstan), Assel Aizhanova (Public Opinion Research Institute, Kazakhstan)LINK
Awareness, Adoption, TrustArundati Dandapani (Generation1.ca, Canada)LINK
Transitioning the European Working Conditions Survey to
Telephone in Response to the
Andrew Cleary (Ipsos, UK), Christopher White (Eurofound, Ireland)LINK
Democratic Backsliding and Threats to Democracy Evidence from Arab BarometerAmaney Jamal (Princeton University, USA)LINK
The EU Management of Crisis Communication on Twitter: from Afghanistan to UkraineAlvaro Garrote-Fuentes (College of Europe, Poland), Ruben Rivas-de-Roca (University of Seville, Spain), Concha Perez-Curiel (University of Seville, Spain)LINK
Evaluation of Media Impact on People's Attitude of Public Supervision Toward the "Enjoining Good and Forbidding Wrong" Abdolhossein Alimadadi (University Allameh Tabatabaei, Iran), Mostafa Keshvari charami (University Allameh Tabatabaei, Iran)LINK
Exit Poll Results in the 2022 Korean Presidential ElectionSung Hyun Shin (Hankook Research, South Korea)LINK
An Introduction to a Public Discussion for Mid- to Long-term National issuesHaeun Shin (Hankook Research, South Korea), Chunseok Kim (Hankook Research, South Korea), Hae Jin Kim (Hankook Research, South Korea)LINK
Exit Polling for Korea's Election and Key Factors for Improving the Accuracy of ForecastsChun Seok Kim (Hankook Research, South Korea)LINK
65 Years of Public Opinion Research in SloveniaZiva Broder (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)LINK
Political Trust and Democracy: Re-examining the Critical Citizens ThesisAndrew Dawson (York University)LINK