We are well aware that some of our clients’ research needs do not require the fielding of a full survey. We offer such clients IranPoll.com’s omnibus solution.

 

Monthly Omnibus Solution:

Each month IranPoll.com runs a national probability sample omnibus telephone (CATI) survey with a sample size of 1000, fielding the questions submitted by clients who are seeking to cost-effectively collect data only on a limited number of questions.

Upon completion of each omnibus survey (also called a multi-client study), clients will be provided with a dataset that would include only the responses to their specific questions along with standard demographic data. Please contact us for more information regarding our omnibus solution.

Phone survey is an extremely strong mode of data collection in Iran, as the response rate IranPoll.com obtains is very high (around 86%) and the phone penetration in Iran is almost universal. Based on the 2013 report by “Statistical Centre of Iran”, about 98% of Iranians households (22.3 million) had access to telephone (fixed or mobile cellular telephone or both) at home. These shares were 99% for urban and 94% for rural households. 5% had a fixed telephone only, 1.5% were with a mobile telephone only, and 91% enjoyed both fixed and a mobile telephone. In addition, 46% of households (10.5 million) - 54% urban and 23% rural - had access to a computer at home.

Please find more details about our Omnibus methodology here.

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Whether you need to conduct a telephone (CATI) surveys, do Focus Groups, or are interested in using online panels to address your research needs, IranPoll.com is has developed the expertise to provide you with a high quality services at competitive rates.


CONDUCTED Monthly Omnibus Solution:

  • Evaluation of foreign various products
  • Name recognition and evaluation of various mobile phone brand
  • Satisfaction with internet speed
  • Consumption and evaluation of  a particular satellite TV news program
  • Attitudes toward Iran’s nuclear program and negotiations
  • Attitudes toward specific government policies
  • Knowledge and evaluation of a particular satellite TV program.
  • Name recognition and evaluation of Iranian and non-Iranian brand
  • Name recognition and evaluation of Iranian and non-Iranian individuals and political figures
  • Perception of one’s identity
  • Language proficiency
  • Experience traveling outside of Iran
  • Level of religiosity and the effect of religion on one’s life
  • Fear of crime and public safety related survey.