Preventing Survey Fraud with CheatSweep™

Delivering quality data is a foremost objective at IntelliSurvey. This principle guides our teams throughout the survey life cycle. We also offer the utility of our proprietary data cleaning system, CheatSweep™, for all surveys hosted on our platform at no additional cost. CheatSweep is an IntelliSurvey internal-facing algorithm which weighs approximately twenty criteria to assess … Continue reading “Preventing Survey Fraud with CheatSweep™”

Life in the Time of COVID-19: Vaccine Perceptions and Immunity Passports

In our last edition in the Life in the Time of COVID-19 survey series, we asked respondents how likely they were to get vaccinated against COVID-19 once eligible. In the weeks since that post, we were curious how perceptions of the available vaccines have taken shape. Furthermore, President Biden has announced there will be enough … Continue reading “Life in the Time of COVID-19: Vaccine Perceptions and Immunity Passports”

Life in the Time of COVID-19: Summer Plans

Schools may be out for summer but, as with much of daily life, summer vacations might look a bit different this year amidst the Coronavirus pandemic. IntelliSurvey’s “Life in the Time of COVID-19” survey fielded on June 5, 2020 asked a nationally representative sample of 1,029 Americans and 959 Britons about their summer plans. In … Continue reading “Life in the Time of COVID-19: Summer Plans”

Life in the Time of COVID-19: Trust in the WHO

The results are in for the fourth installment of IntelliSurvey’s “Life in the Time of COVID-19” survey. The survey fielded in the United States weekly between March 27th and April 17th.  Likewise, the United Kingdom companion study fielded on April 6th and 17th.  Both surveys provide a look at the shifts in trust among important … Continue reading “Life in the Time of COVID-19: Trust in the WHO”