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What countries can I recruit in on Respondent?
What countries can I recruit in on Respondent?

Does Respondent recruit internationally? Are there countries I cannot recruit in?

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Written by Justin L
Updated over a week ago

Although Respondent is a global platform, we specialize in recruiting remote, qualitative interviews from countries with high incidences of English speakers. Our primary target markets include Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States. This is the same list of countries available to select in the Country drop-down under the Location section during project set-up.

Global Recruiting

You can still recruit globally by selecting Worldwide in the Country drop-down. By selecting Worldwide your research project will be matched with candidates across the world.

So if your team is looking to recruit in a specific country outside of that list, you will need to add a screening question that only qualifies your target country.

For example, if your team was targeting responses from Participants that live in Mexico you would add a question like this:

Participants from other countries can still apply to your project, however, you will see an ❌ in their screener answers in the project dashboard indicating that they were disqualified when answering this screener question.

This is a great opportunity to use Skip Logic in this screener question. Adding skip logic to certain questions lets you create a custom pathway through the screener.

Basically, skip logic makes your questions skip forward based on how the participants answer the current question.

If you want to recruit in multiple countries we recommend two methods:

  1. Create a project specific to each Country

  2. Use the Worldwide screener method above and Qualify multiple selections in your screener

It's also important to note that Respondent's participant sign-up page is currently only available in English. So generally, survey responses from any country will skew toward English speakers within that country, and countries with low incidences of English speakers will yield fewer responses.

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