IranPoll's local presence include a 500-strong field force fully trained and experienced in handling face-to-face surveys, and regional fielding offices in 9 important Iranian cities for effective implementation of national surveys.
Face-to-face (FTF) Surveys:
Through its U.S. Treasury Department authorized local partnerships, IranPoll has the ability to conduct national, urban, or local probability sample face-to-face surveys.
IranPoll maintains a 500-strong field force that is fully trained and experienced. This standing field force, managed through our regional field offices in 9 important Iranian cities (Tehran, Rasht, Tabriz, Kermanshah, Ahvaz, Isfahan, Shiraz, Zahedan, and Mashhad) allows IranPoll to rapidly collect opinion data from across Iran in a reliable way. As a standard practice, IranPoll randomly calls-back a sub-sample of the respondents for quality control purposes.
While some research projects require probabalistic household surveys, others may need to be conducted using Public Intercept or Purposive sampling methods. IranPoll’s fieldworkers have the proper training and experience in both data collection methods. Ask us about all your needs: Computer-Assisted Personal Interviewing (CAPI), Paper and Pencil Interviewing (PAPI), Tablet Assisted Personal Interviewing (TAPI), and Smartphone Assisted Personal Interviewing (SAPI).
See more about our local capabilities here.
As a standard practice, IranPoll randomly calls-back a sub-sample of the respondents for quality control purposes.
- Income and livelihood study,
- Pre and post-election surveys.
- Knowledge and attitudes toward narcotics and addiction.