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.  

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

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