Projects completed by the Survey Research Center are categorized in the six main areas described below. View full reports (statistical analysis of the data, executive summary and full write-up of survey results) for surveys completed in each category by clicking on the category title.
A variety of survey projects have been completed about current agricultural issues. Some examples include:
These surveys gather residents’ input on issues affecting the future of land use in their community. The survey serves as a key component of the public participation portion of the comprehensive plan for the community.
These surveys collect information about current and future labor related issues. Labor surveys have been completed for:
These surveys seek information from target populations about a variety of local government issues. Some examples include:
These surveys seek information on a variety of subjects related to rural development. Some examples include:
UWRF surveys include collecting information from faculty, staff, and students about issues relating to the University. Examples of surveys done for UWRF include:
These surveys collect information on topics that are not categorized in any of the above areas. Several examples are provided for your review such as: