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Propensity Score Weighting Adjustment for Internet Surveys for Korean Presidential Election
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Propensity Score Weighting Adjustment for Internet Surveys for Korean Presidential Election
Kim, Young-Won; Be, Ye-Young;
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 Abstract
Propensity score adjustment(PSA) has been suggested as approach to adjustment for volunteer internet survey. PSA attempts to decrease the biases arising from noncoverage and nonprobability sampling in volunteer panel internet surveys. Although PSA is an appealing method, its application for internet survey regarding Korea presidential election and its effectiveness is not well investigated. In this study, we compare the Ni Korea internet survey with the telephone survey conducted by MBMR and KBS for 2007 Korean presidential election. The result of study show that the accuracy of internet survey can be improved by using PSA. And it is critical to include covariates that highly related to the voting tendency and the role of nondemographic variables seems important to improving PSA for Korea presidential election prediction.
 Keywords
Internet survey;presidential election survey;propensity score adjustment(PSA);weight;
 Language
Korean
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