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Encyclopedia Entry

Kish Grid

Heather Laurie

The Kish grid was developed by Leslie Kish in 1949 and is commonly used by those conducting large-scale sample SURVEYS . It is a technique used in equal-probability SAMPLING for selecting cases at random when more than one case is found to be eligible for inclusion when the interviewer calls at a sampled address or household. For example, a sample of addresses may be drawn from a list of all postal addresses in a given area, and the sample design assumes that each address on that list will contain only one household. When the interviewer calls at the sampled address, The ...

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