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Title Rating versus comparative trade-off measures. Trending changes in political issues across time and predictive validity
Year 2005
Access date 08.05.2013
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We investigated the use of rating, ranking, constant sum, and paired comparison tasks for evaluating both the importance and support for a wide range of political issues. In 8 waves of fielding (running from October, 2003 to November, 2004), we had U.S. respondents participate in a web-based survey. For respondents of the 7 pre-election waves, we recontacted them following the November elections to complete another evaluative task. This allowed us to determine both the test-retest reliability and predictive validity of the initial evaluations. We replicated many of our earlier findings concerning the differences between rating and comparative trade-off tasks and further extended our understanding of the relative comparability and utility of the different measures across time.

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