Just came across a report “NUTRITION SMART SURVEYS CONDUCTED IN FLOOD- AND DROUGHT-PRONE LIVELIHOOD ZONES OF MALAWI”.
The report covers a lot of practical recommendations that were followed by the interviewers to safely conduct face-to-face interviews using Survey Solutions software on the tablets during the Covid-19 pandemics.
What puzzled me somewhat is the response rate above 100% for some administrative areas (Table 3.1 on p.32). And the same figures are also mentioned in the main text of the report. The definition that comes to my mind is aligned with “What is a survey response rate?”:
The survey response rate is the number of people in your sample who successfully completed your survey. Theoretically, it could be anywhere from 0% to 100%, although it’s almost unheard of to get a 100% response rate.
If anyone can comment on how exactly those numbers were calculated, please do.