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Artykuł ma dwa cele – poza ogólnym wprowadzeniem do metody eksperymentu sondażowego i związanych z nim możliwości badawczych sformułowano problemy badawcze, które można rekomendować w badaniach statystyki publicznej, ze szczególnym uwzględnieniem badań mających na celu ocenę publicznych programów. Praca składa się z trzech części: ogólnego opisu metody i siły jej działania, przykładów z literatury najważniejszych jej zastosowań oraz podsumowania z perspektywy modernizacji badań społecznych w statystyce publicznej.

SŁOWA KLUCZOWE

badania sondażowe, metody statystyczne, statystyka publiczna

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