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We explore the plausibility of using automated spoken dialog systems (SDS) for administering survey interviews. Because the goals of a survey dialog system differ from more traditional information-seeking and transactional applications, different measures of task accuracy and success may be warranted. We report a large-scale experimental evaluation of an SDS that administered survey interviews with questions drawn from government and social scientific surveys. We compare two dialog confirmationdblp:conf/sigdial/JohnstonECSAFHV13 fatcat:qd2ksdi7gbc2jm2drsckvr3l4e