"The Digest's" Poll at the 200,000 Mark
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Literary Digest. "'The Digest's' Poll at 200,000 Mark." Literary Digest 74, July 22, 1922: 5-6
This document has been included as part of the history of attitude scaling. The article is part of a series, published between July and September 1922, covering the poll implementation, and weekly discussion of the public response. The final results, published in this article, figured in Stuart Rice's proposal for a method of estimating public opinion (Rice 1924a)
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