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.  

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
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

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