The Center for Survey Research recently completed a study that researched the satisfaction of Fairfax County residents regarding public services and and activities. The data was collected, analyzed, and reported on in just a two month period.
The Color of Wealth in Boston
has been released by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. This report provides an unprecedented detailed analysis of wealth disparities among whites and racial and ethnic minorities in the Boston area. CSR
collected the data behind this report as part of the National Assets
Two key staff members of the Center for Survey Research attended the ninth annual meeting of the Association of Academic Survey Research Organizations (AASRO). Thomas Guterbock, Director and Deborah Rexrode, Senior Project Coordinator traveled to New Brunswick, New Jersey to attend the meeting held at Rutgers University.
The Center for Survey Research is excited to announce our purchase of Qualtrics, a research suite that is already improving our ability to conduct sophisticated, user-friendly online surveys. Qualtrics offers a very intuitive point-and-click user interface that reduces survey development time and makes project management more efficient
The first edition of our new, recurrent, omnibus survey of the Charlottesville-Albemarle region, the Jefferson Area Community Survey, launched in January 2012. For a one-page summary of the project and contact information, please click here.