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To what extent were any of these black?
Some of the interviewers were, mostly all of the interviewers
Did Lou Harris or Roper have many black interviewers?
No, no. Actually, I suppose they may have had some, but we
used black interviewers with our subcontractors. The sample and the
actual telephone interviewing were subcontracted, but the
interviewers who worked for the subcontractors were black.
Where did you find these interviewers?
Where do you find interviewers? Many of them were out of work
actors, and students, and they had to be trained.
So, you had to train them then?
They were not generally trained, experienced interviewers when
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