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The completed interview survey disposition is used in all types of surveys, regardless of mode. In a telephone or in-person interview, a completed interview results when the respondent has provided answers for all of the questions on the survey questionnaire that were asked by the interviewer. In a mail survey, a completed interview results when the respondent receives a paper-and-pencil survey questionnaire, answers all questions on the questionnaire, and returns the completed questionnaire to the researcher. In an Internet survey, a completed interview occurs when the respondent logs into the survey, enters answers for all of the questions in the questionnaire, and submits the questionnaire electronically to the researcher. Completed interviews are eligible cases and are considered a final survey disposition.

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