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

The fifth wave of the Jefferson Area Community Survey, CSR's twice-yearly omnibus survey of adults in the greater Charlottesville region, finds that voters in our region are largely in favor of the legalization of marijuana and gay marriage.


Thomas Guterbock, Director, and Deborah Rexrode, Senior Project Coordinator, attended the eighth annual meeting of the Association of Academic Survey Research Organizations held at the University of Illinois.

CSR's Jefferson Area Community Survey (JACS) that asked questions about the US29 Western Bypass is featured in the following article appearing in C-ville Weekly:

A letter in today's Daily Progress questioned the accuracy of CSR's recent Jefferson Area Community Survey that asked about the proposed US29 Western Bypass, and speculated th

NBC29 has posted a press release regarding the feelings Charlottesville residents have of the Western Bypass. To read the entire article, go to:

As part of the recurring Jefferson Area Community Survey, CSR has been asking residents of the greater Charlottesville region about their experiences with the website.

Over 175 people attended the QC CAFE, UVA's first-ever research retreat for faculty and graduate students who use quantitative methods to study social behavior.

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

Results of the second wave of the Jefferson Area Community Survey show that residents of the greater Charlottesville region strongly supported Democratic candidates for President and the United States Senate in this week's elections.

The Center for Survey Research has released the findings of a poll of Virginia voters in advance of the upcoming elections for the Presidency and the United States Senate. Results show that both races are virtual dead heats.