CSR offers customized project design, professional interviewing, and data collection using the latest survey technologies, as well as data analysis and report preparation.
WHAT SERVICES DOES CSR PROVIDE?
CSR is a full-service research facility. We offer customized project design, professional interviewing, and data collection using the latest survey technologies, as well as data analysis and report preparation.
WHAT TYPES OF PROJECTS HAS CSR COMPLETED?
CSR has managed a wide range of projects. We have worked on behalf of academic researchers, government agencies, private foundations, businesses, and non-profit organizations.
CSR is experienced with an array of contact modes:
- Telephone interviewing (with WinCATI)
- Mail-out survey and contact services
- Web-based data collection
- In-person interviewing
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO DO A SURVEY?
CSR's rates are competitive with other academic and commercial survey organizations. Project costs can vary widely depending on factors such as the scope of services you require, the survey methodology used, the number of respondents, the nature of the sample, etc. Costs can range anywhere from $5,000 to $150,000. So while typical projects have been in the $20,000 to $50,000 range, we have also done smaller and larger projects. We invite you to contact one of our senior staff to discuss the scope of your project and factors that govern cost.
WHAT'S THE BEST WAY TO COLLECT DATA FOR MY PROJECT?
CSR can advise you on the most productive and cost-effective method for collecting your data: telephone, mail, electronically, or in-person. CSR ensures scientific validity of your study by helping specify procedures for selecting respondents within households, securing cooperation, and following up incomplete interviews or questionnaires.
WHO WRITES THE QUESTIONS FOR MY SURVEY?
CSR can write the questions for you or can assist you in writing your own. We will help you determine the best question formats to measure people's opinions, experiences, attitudes, and behaviors. We can advise you on the proper sequencing of items, a critical design feature for maintaining objectivity, and ensuring that respondents understand your questions.