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May 24 2016

Results of the survey on cell phone costs conducted by CSR.


December 2 2012

Survey of all UVa faculty members, conducted by CSR for the UVa Faculty Senate's Faculty Recruitment, Retention, Retirement and Welfare Committee in Spring of 2011.  Funded by the Office of the UVa President.


December 1 2012

Report of 2012 survey of UVa faculty, completed by CSR for the UVa Faculty Senate.  This file contains the executive summary and the main body of the report, without the appendices.


December 1 2012

Executive Summary of the 2012 UVa Faculty Survey, conducted by CSR for the UVa Faculty Senate.


December 1 2012

Appendices to the report, in a separate file combining Appendices A through G.


February 17 2012

The Center for Survey Research worked with the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) to conduct the 2011 Virginia Outdoors Demand Survey (VODS). The survey was conducted by mail, with some portions of the sample also having a web-based option as part of an experiment to investigate the effect of mode differences in response rates. The main purposes of the VODS were to assess Virginians’ attitudes about outdoor recreation resources, estimate participation in and demand for a wide variety of recreational activities, and provide a channel of citizen input into the 2012 Virginia Outdoors Plan. The 2011 VODS was designed to obtain information on approximately 50 outdoor recreation activities. The survey also included specific questions to assist with future planning for local and regional parks, Virginia State Parks and Natural Area Preserves.  


February 17 2012

The Center for Survey Research worked with the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) to conduct the 2011 Virginia Outdoors Demand Survey (VODS). The survey was conducted by mail, with some portions of the sample also having a web-based option as part of an experiment to investigate the effect of mode differences in response rates. The main purposes of the VODS were to assess Virginians’ attitudes about outdoor recreation resources, estimate participation in and demand for a wide variety of recreational activities, and provide a channel of citizen input into the 2012 Virginia Outdoors Plan. The 2011 VODS was designed to obtain information on approximately 50 outdoor recreation activities. The survey also included specific questions to assist with future planning for local and regional parks, Virginia State Parks and Natural Area Preserves.  


February 1 2012

 
The Center for Survey Research worked with the Virginia Department ofConservation and Recreation (DCR) to conduct the 2011 Virginia OutdoorsDemand Survey (VODS). The survey was conducted by mail, with someportions of the sample also having a web-based option as part of anexperiment to investigate the effect of mode differences in responserates. The main purposes of the VODS were to assess Virginians’attitudes about outdoor recreation resources, estimate participation inand demand for a wide variety of recreational activities, and provide achannel of citizen input into the 2012 Virginia Outdoors Plan. The 2011VODS was designed to obtain information on approximately 50 outdoorrecreation activities. The survey also included specific questions toassist with future planning for local and regional parks, Virginia State Parks and Natural Area Preserves.
Download:DCR 2011 VODS Survey Report 


September 23 2011

The Center for Survey Research worked with the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation(DCR) to conduct the 2011 Virginia Outdoors Demand Survey (VODS). The survey was conducted by mail, with some portions of the sample also having a web-based option as part of an experiment to investigate the effect of mode differences in response rates. The main purposes of the VODS were to assess Virginians’ attitudes about outdoor recreation resources, estimate participation in and demand for a wide variety of recreational activities, and provide a channel of citizen input into the 2012 Virginia Outdoors Plan. The 2011 VODS was designed to obtain information on approximately 50 outdoor recreation activities. The survey also included specific questions to assist with future planning for local and regional parks, Virginia State Parks and Natural Area Preserves.


May 15 2011

Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Association for Public Opinion Research, Phoenix, AZ, May 15, 2011.


January 30 2011

NSF arranged with Tom Guterbock, Director of CSR, to conduct a workshop in November 2010 to evaluate the questions that the National Science Board has used over the years as indicators of public knowledge of science.


January 4 2011

Lead article in Survey Research, a newsletter published by the University of Illinois--Chicago Survey Research Laboratory and by AASRO.  Reviews recent history of academic survey research centers in the United States, discusses changes in technology and the operating environment, and considers how successful centers have been adapting for the future of survey research.