Abstract and Keywords
This article discusses comparative opinion surveys and comparative survey research. It first identifies the problems of comparative surveys and how these problems can be solved or overcome. It then tries to determine whether these surveys should include more or fewer countries during the research process. The last two sections discuss the need for data on the countries included in the survey or data set and the how the comparative survey data is analyzed.
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