Overview

The Center for Survey Research conducts a wide array of surveys for a diverse clientele. We work with organizations on a one time-basis or on reoccurring survey projects. Contact us if you would like to discuss your survey project needs.  

HSF employees 2010
Overview:
The University of Virginia Health Services Foundation (HSF) commissioned CSR to conduct and analyze its 2010 Employee Engagement Survey data. The HSF Employee Engagement survey is based on the Q12 questions developed by the Gallup Research Group. In addition to these questions employees were asked to rate some additional items and provide certain demographic data. Analysis and reporting is limited to a brief text overview and a series of tables by question and by department.
Project ID:
10.12
Client Name:
Juliana Marques
Sponsor:
Uva Health Services Foundation
Principal Investigators:
James Ellis
Sample:
Population of 448 Health Services Foundation Employees
Year:
2010
HSF Employee Survey 2011
Overview:
The University of Virginia Health Services Foundation (HSF) commissioned CSR to conduct and analyze its 2011 Employee Engagement Survey data. The HSF Employee Engagement survey is based on the Q12 questions developed by the Gallup Research Group. In addition to these questions employees were asked to rate some additional items and provide certain demographic data. Analysis and reporting is limited to a brief text overview and a series of tables by question and by department.
Project ID:
11.05
Client Name:
Janet Hollis Angela Durrett
Sponsor:
UVA Health Services Foundation
Principal Investigators:
James Ellis
Sample:
All 512 HSF employees list provided by client
Year:
2011
Purchasing Services Satisfaction Survey
Overview:
UVA administrative personnel and faculty were surveyed by mail to determine their views on services provided by the University's purchasing department. Two versions of the survey were developed in order to accommodate differences between classified personnel and faculty research populations with respect to their contact with Purchasing and Material Services.
Project ID:
1994.003
Sponsor:
UVA Purchasing and Materials Services
Sample:
128 faculty 326 administrative/support
Year:
1995
Prince William County 2000 Citizen Satisfaction Survey
Overview:
For the eighth consecutive year CSR conducted a telephone survey of randomly selected Prince William County residents. The survey replicated those fielded in 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 and 1999. New questions were added regarding ability and willingness to use cardio-pulmonary resuscitation techniques and changing opinions concerning general satisfaction with County government. A series of questions asked initially in 1998 probing occupation and training and a new series of questions pertaining to public transportation were also included.
Project ID:
0.004
Sponsor:
Prince William County Virginia
Principal Investigators:
Tom Guterbock & Kate Wood
Sample:
1209 Prince William County residents
Year:
2000
Covenant Marriage
Overview:
CSR conducted a two-wave panel study on behalf of the Marriage Matters project. The study sought to interview engaged couples about their views on covenant marriage. Respondents for the first wave were qualified and selected using sample from an age and marital-status targeted list. During the second wave an attempt was made to re-interview all willing respondents from the second pre-test and the first wave. Panel retention was 78%.
Project ID:
0.006
Sponsor:
National Science Foundation
Principal Investigators:
Steven Nock & James Wright
Sample:
103 first wave completions
Year:
2000
Sorensen - Survey on Campaign Conduct
Overview:
A four wave telephone panel study of the Virginia electorate during the 2000 Virginia campaign for U.S. Senate. The study focused on how voters perceive campaign advertisements and how they define and respond to negativity or unfairness in the messages. An additional cross-section was added to the post-election wave. Survey operations were coordinated for the sponsor by the late Alison Meloy.
Project ID:
.007.022.023.024.025
Sponsor:
The Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership and the Pew Partnership
Principal Investigators:
Tom Guterbock
Sample:
800 registered voters in Virginia
Year:
2000
SAMSA II
Overview:
CSR conducted a self-administered survey of employees at UVA in order to better understand substance abuse in the UVA community. The study sought to find out how much people know about resources at UVA for substance abuse and to find out what respondents know about substance abuse and if they think about the risks of substance abuse.
Project ID:
0.008
Sponsor:
Federal Office of Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Principal Investigators:
Tom Guterbock
Sample:
1205 faculty and staff at UVA stratified by Medical/Academic
Year:
2000
Nutrition Needs Assessment for Child Care Providers in Virginia
Overview:
CSR prepared a stratified sampling plan and expected margins of error for a mailout self-administered survey of childcare providers in Virginia. The survey covered certain issues including their current practices knowledge program needs and resources.
Project ID:
0.009
Sponsor:
Virginia Department of Health
Sample:
1315
Year:
2000
DMV Employee Survey
Overview:
CSR conducted a self-administered mail-out survey which sought to determine the level of satisfaction among DMV employees. Analysis included determining the levels of satisfaction among various employee groups such as job categories administrations and demographics. The oral presentation included managerial recommendations based on a priority matrix. Employee satisfaction was at a satisfactory level but left room for improvement. The survey did find significant improvement in satisfaction ratings over the 1998 Governor’s survey.
Project ID:
0.012
Sponsor:
Department of Motor Vehicles
Principal Investigators:
Tom Guterbock
Sample:
1343 DMV employees
Year:
2000
Survey of Darden Faculty on Executive Education
Overview:
CSR conducted a survey for the Darden school in order to better understand how the faculty feel about the way the executive education program is run. Questions included topics such as how executive education classes are assigned how executive education fits in with faculty’s other duties and the rewards of executive education. The overall response rate for the survey was very high 82%. Results were presented and discussed at a Winter 2001 faculty retreat.
Project ID:
0.013
Sponsor:
Executive Education Policy Committee
Principal Investigators:
Tom Guterbock
Sample:
40 Darden faculty members who had taught at least one executive education class and had been at the Darden school for at least two years
Year:
2000
Survey of American Political Culture
Overview:
CSR conducted a survey which explored the current attitudes of the American electorate. The questionnaire was developed with the PI and explored such things as character in politics.
Project ID:
0.014
Sponsor:
UVA Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture
Principal Investigators:
Tom Guterbock
Sample:
1200 national RDD sample
Year:
2000
Monticello Impact Study
Overview:
CSR assisted the PI in putting together a study of the economic impact of Monticello on the Charlottesville Albemarle area. CSR designed the sampling plan the instrument implementation specifications and performed an on-site pretest of 3 different questionnaires to ensure a reliable instrument. The purpose of the study was to pass out the forms to visitors at Monticello and ask them how they will spend their money while in the area.
Project ID:
0.015
Sponsor:
Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation
Principal Investigators:
Tom Guterbock & John Knapp
Year:
2000
Student Race Survey
Overview:
CSR conducted an opinion poll concerning attitudes towards race relations at UVA. CSR collected the data for a study being done by a student group at UVA.
Project ID:
0.002
Sponsor:
State of Race Relations (a student group at UVA)
Principal Investigators:
Tom Guterbock
Sample:
405 undergraduate students at UVA stratified by race
Year:
2000

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