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Using Multiple Imputation for Vote Choice Data: A Comparison across Multiple Imputation Tools
Open Journal of Political Science
One commonly acknowledged challenge in polls or surveys is item non-response, i.e., a significant proportion of respondents conceal their preferences about particular questions. This paper applies the multiple imputation (MI) method to reconstruct the distribution of vote choice in the sample. Vote choice is one of most important dependent variables in political science studies. This paper shows how the MI procedure in general facilitates the work of reconstructing the distribution of adoi:10.4236/ojps.2014.42006 fatcat:wfpup2qbtjdzlj6czmaqshma7m