Intercept interviews take place in person with individuals from an intended audience, where they are intercepted and asked specific questions, as opposed to being invited to sit for a focus discussion or in-office interview.
This questionnaire offers a list of queries for the individual, including personal information and their opinions on the topic being studied.
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