IPOR conducts CATI Survey in Iran!
IPOR successfully conducted a series of two Computer Assisted Telephonic Interview (CATI) surveys in
Iran. The survey was conducted on different Socio-Political aspects with the young Iranians less than of
30 year of age. A sample of 15,000, in each wave, was achieved by employing services of 40 experienced
Persian speaking (with Iranian dialect) enumerators. A simple random sampling technique was used for
the data collection from the specified age group (18-30 years).
A software was developed to integrate the telephony with call center applications uploading the
research tool for punching data directly to the data-base. With this CATI software, IPOR produced
various detail and survey summary reports to effectively manage the project. These include total and
per-hour results-by- interviewer, results per day or per attempt, the number of telephone numbers still
active, response rate, etc. All the telecom networks of Iran were used for data collection to minimize the
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