What is Survey Research?
Survey research is a key component of many research and evaluation projects, and is a common method for gathering information about communities, programs, and policies. Surveys can help identify service needs, evaluate existing services and policies, and provide information for expansion or development of future programs. Surveys can take a variety of forms, including telephone, mail, computer (web-based) and “in person” interviews.
NPC’s Approach to Survey Research
NPC’s expert survey research staff can assist you with a variety of survey tasks, including:
- Instrument design
- Telephone, mail, computerized, and in-person survey data collection
- Data scanning and processing
- Data analysis
- Report writing
NPC survey projects include projects with large numbers of surveys (35,000 to 50,000 surveys per year) to small projects involving less than 100 surveys. Projects cover a variety of topic areas including:
For more information regarding NPC’s services related to Survey/Measure Development, contact Shannon Carey, at (503) 243-2436 x 104 or firstname.lastname@example.org.