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International Journal of Internet Science
This meta-analysis examined (1) mode preference (i.e., response rate difference) between mail and Web survey modes in 43 mixed-mode surveys, and (2) the overall response rate in 52 Web-mail mixed-mode survey study results. Six study features were coded as potential factors that might contribute to the variation in the outcome variables (mode preference, and overall response rate) across the studies. Random-effect model analysis (forest plot) for mode preference indicates that, in general, mailfatcat:4gzxcsdpn5djfm4hs3jq4yhi2q