Nationwide, statewide and regional

Strayer VYTP Smoking Cessation

The purpose of this survey is to determine youth smoking cessation counseling needs of generalist physicians and to identify these information needs among pediatricians and family practice physicians. The survey was a self-administered paper survey which was sent to statewide sample of 502 generalist physicians.
Year
2005
Area of Survey Study

Spotsylvania County Citizen Satisfaction 2005

This survey was designed to determine residents` opinions about quality of life in Spotsylvania County, to determine residents` level of satisfaction with a number of services the County provides, and to measure citizen opinion about the way in which the County is managing growth and development. Of particular interest was whether or not citizen opinion has changed on some key issues since the 2004 survey, also conducted by CSR.
Year
2005
Area of Survey Study

VITA Customer Satisfaction Survey

VITA commissioned the Center for Survey Research (CSR) at the University of Virginia in August 2005 to conduct a survey of in-scope agencies. The purpose of the survey was to assess customer satisfaction with the services provided by VITA. The survey was conducted in two phases. Phase 1 consisted of a pilot study involving semi-structured telephone interviews with a small sample of customers to identify key issues, perceptions, and opportunities to be covered in a census survey. Phase 2 was a web-based survey addressed to all agency directors and IT managers of in-scope agencies. Of the 151 agency directors and IT department managers 89 completed the web-based survey.
Year
2005
Area of Survey Study

NW3C Survey of white Collar Crime

National survey on public attitudes about crimes such as fraud and embezzlement. Respondents were given short scenarios and were asked to rate the seriousness of the crime. In another section of the questionnaire, respondents were asked about incidents of crime that they experienced and what they did about it, such as, report the crime to the police, call the Better Business Bureau or other agencies.
Year
2005
Area of Survey Study