WAPOR has set up a program of webinars, open to the public. We will have three types of webinars: Thematic webinars, regional webinars and methodological training.

  • April 2024Public Opinion Research in Iraq and Syria [Speaker: Johnny Heald (UK). Moderator: Chase Harrison (USA)]
  • March 2024 – Elections and Surveys in Argentina and Chile [Speakers: Ana Iparraguirre (Argentina); Carlos Fara (Argentina); Ricardo González (Chile). Moderators: Chase Harrison (USA); Fabian Echegaray (Brazil)]
  • February 2024Comparative Cross-National Surveys in Afrobarometer [Speaker: Boniface Dulani (Malawi). Moderator: Chase Harrison (USA)]
  • January 2024A new way to think about and measure water insecurity: The Water Insecurity Experiences Scales [Speakers: Sera Young (USA); Pablo Paras (Mexico). Moderator: Chase Harrison (USA)]
  • December 2023How To Think About Visualizing Data [Speaker: Kieran Healy (USA). Moderator: Chase Harrison (USA)]]. 
  • November 2023Gridded Population Sampling [Speakers: Dana Thompson (USA); Dale Rhoda (USA). Moderator: Chase Harrison (USA)].
  • October 2023Surveying Hard to Reach Populations [Speaker: Angelo Cozzubo (Peru). Moderator: Constanza Cilley (Argentina)].
  • May 2023Data Collection with Wearables, Apps, and Sensors [Speaker: Florian Keusch (Germany). Moderator: Michael Traugott (USA)].
  • April 2023Mixed-mode Surveys [Speaker: Sebastien Dallaire (Canada). Moderator: Claire Durand (Canada)].
  • March 2023Reliability and Validity in Convenience-Sample Surveys [Speakers: Jon  Krosnick (USA). Moderator: Gary Langer (USA)]. 
  • February 2023Big Data – Big Deal or Bigger Deal Breaker: Sifting through the hype to uncover quality and conundrums with modern data sources [Speakers: Trent Buskirk (USA). Moderator: Gary Langer (USA)]. 
  • June 2022Eurasia Barometer 2021: Comparative Study on Social and Political Attitudes in Armenia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, and Ukraine [Speakers: Christian Haerpfer (Austria), Kseniya Kizilova (Austria), Botagoz Rakisheva (Kazakhstan), Heghine Manasyan (Armenia), Koka Kapanadze (Georgia). Moderators: Yunhan Chu (Taiwan), Kseniya Kizilova (Austria)].
  • May 2022Survey Data Recycling and Data Harmonization [Speakers: Irina Tomescu-Dubrow, Ilona Wysmulek (Poland). Moderator: Claire Durand (Canada)].
  • March 2022Is Democracy Resilient? [Speakers: Stuart Soroka (USA), Roberto Foa (UK), Anibal Perez-Linan (France). Moderator: Claire Durand (Canada), Michael Traugott (USA)].
  • February 2022Public Opinion Research in the Middle East [Speakers: Nebil Belaam (Tunisia), Fares Braizat (Jordan), Munqith Dagher (Iraq). Moderator: Samir Abu-Ruman (Kuwait)].
  • December 2021From Cluster Analysis to Classification [Speaker: Dominique Joye (Switzerland), Moderator: Claire Durand (Canada)].
  • October 2021Electoral Surveys in Central and Eastern Europe [Speakers: Paulina Tabery (Czechia), Denis Volkov (Russia), Zarina Burkadze (Georgia), Michal Kotnarowski (Poland). Moderator: Kseniya Kizilova (Austria)].
  • May 2021 Mixed-Mode in Survey Research: Why and How to Implement It [Speakers: Tobias Gummer (Germany), Oliviero Marchese (France), Trevor Tompson (USA). Moderator: Claire Durand (Canada)].
  • April 2021Public Opinion Perceptions of Social, Economic, and Political Challenges in Latin America [Speakers: Urpi Torado (Peru), Noam Lupu (USA), Marta Lagos (Chile), Alejandro Moreno (Mexico). Moderator: Marita Carballo (Argentina)].
  • March 2021  Adapting Push-to-Web Survey Designs for Use in Different Countries and Situations [Speaker: Don Dillman (USA), Moderator: Michael Traugott (USA)].
  • February 2021 Electoral Polls in Difficult Times [Speakers: Robert Chung (Hong Kong), Jill Darling (USA), Alejandro Moreno (Mexico), Paul Nnanwobu (Nigeria). Moderator: Claire Durand (Canada)].
  • November 2020WAPOR-GBS Joint Webinar: Pandemic, Governance, and Comparative Public Opinion Research [Speakers: Min-hua Huang (Taiwan), Sandeep Shastri (India), Christian Haerpfer (Austria/UAE), Boniface Dulani (Malawi), Marta Lagos (Chile),Michael Robbins (USA). Moderators: Yunhan Chu (Taiwan), Kseniya Kizilova (Austria)].
  • September 2020Advances in Comparative Survey Methods [Speakers: Anna Andreenkova (Russia), Tom Smith (USA), Irina Tomescu-Dubrow (Poland), Ting Yan (USA). Moderator: Timothy Johnson (USA)].
  • July 2020 Mixed Mode and Mixed Device Surveys: Why, When, and How [Speakers: Edith de Leeuw and Anne Elevelt (Netherlands). Moderator: Claire Durand (Canada)].
  • June 2020COVID-19: How We Ask Questions, Collect the Data and What Do We Learn? [Speakers: Constanza Cilley (Argentina), Gary Langer (USA), Wai Yu See Toh (Malaysia), Torbjörn Sjöström (Sweden). Moderator: Yulia Baskakova (USA)].
  • May 2020 – Changes in Survey Research in Times of COVID-19 [Speakers: Angela Ambitho (Kenya), Yashwant Deshmukh (India), Johnny Heald (UK), Ignacio Zuasnabar (Uruguay). Moderator: Claire Durand (Canada)].
  • September 2019 – Survey Research in International and Comparative Contexts [Speakers: Zeina Mneimneh and  Julie de Jong (USA)].