Monday, Mar 9, 2020
Following President Eisgruber’s announcement on Princeton University’s plans to prepare for the possible arrival of COVID-19, the Survey Research Center will be prepared to work in “virtual” mode with all students who have ongoing or planned survey research projects. The voicemail box for the SRC’s main office number (609-258-5660) will be...
Thursday, Jan 16, 2020

The Roper Center for Public Opinion Research announced that data from the 2016 Election Day exit polls are now available for public use.  Princeton University is a subscriber to the Roper archives, so faculty and students now have access to these data files.

Wednesday, Dec 18, 2019

We conducted an online survey of self-employed workers and independent contractors in the U.S. to better understand their working conditions and employment policy preferences. The purpose of the survey was to identify which potential employment benefits are most valued by self-employed workers.

Monday, Dec 2, 2019

In June 2019, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) and the University of Southampton (UoS) held a joint international conference entitled “The future of online data collection in social surveys: Shared learning on the challenges, opportunities and best practice”.  The conference brought together survey experts from around the world to share...

Monday, Sep 9, 2019

Please join the Survey Research Center for the Social Science Faculty Welcome Luncheon scheduled at 11:30 AM to 1 PM on Monday September 9, 2019, at the Palmer House, One Bayard Lane. https://www.princeton.edu/palmerhouse/directions.html.

Thursday, Sep 5, 2019

To better understand the role of pain and pain medication in the life of prime age men who are neither working nor looking for work, the Survey Research Center at Princeton University conducted a brief online survey of a sample of men age 25–54 using an Internet panel provided by Survey Sampling, Inc. (SSI).

Monday, Aug 26, 2019
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A new post by Edward Freeland presents results from a recent survey of public opinion on a Universal Basic Income (UBI).  A simple experiment shows that responses to questions about government-sponsored UBI in the US and nonprofit-sponsored UBI in Africa are significantly influenced by question ordering effects.
Monday, Aug 26, 2019
Come celebrate a sweet end to summer with the Survey Research Center featuring Thomas Sweet ice cream! SRC staff will be scooping Thomas Sweet Ice Cream while you load up on your choice of sweet toppings. Monday August 26, 2019 at 2:30pm – rain or shine!
Tuesday, Aug 20, 2019
A backstage tour of what the music industry can teach us about economics and life by Alan B. Krueger
Thursday, Aug 1, 2019
by Edward P. Freeland

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