Thursday, Aug 30, 2018
The Survey Research Center (SRC) will begin using Princeton's Central Authentication Service(CAS) to improve the security of user accounts for Qualtrics, the SRC’s online system for designing and managing web-based surveys. 
Tuesday, Aug 28, 2018
Come celebrate a sweet end to summer with the Survey Research Center featuring Thomas Sweet ice cream! Tuesday August 28, 2018 at 2:30pm!
Monday, Feb 19, 2018
Many possible explanations for Donald Trump’s 2016 electoral victory have been put on the table, and this talk will offer another, involving the placement of his name on ballots in battleground states. Professor Krosnick will offer a theory of why the order of candidate names on ballots might influence voters’ behavior and will review the body of...
Friday, Nov 17, 2017
by dveith
Founded in 1992, the Survey Research Center at Princeton University has become a key resource for faculty, students and staff planning to design and manage data collection through surveys, interviews and online experiments. To mark its 25th year of operation, the SRC will host a full day colloquium featuring presentations on recent research by...
Wednesday, Aug 30, 2017
by dveith
End your hot summer with a cool treat from the Survey Research Center featuring ice cream & toppings from Thomas' Sweets in Princeton!
Monday, Sep 19, 2016
by zrahman
Recent headlines around the world have been blaring: “Polls are failing us”, “Why are the polls getting it wrong in so many countries?”, and “British Election’s Other Losers: Pollsters”. Is survey research on the verge of death?
Wednesday, Mar 2, 2016
by zrahman

The 2020 Census will be like no decennial census before it. The Census Bureau is reengineering key processes to make the 2020 count the most  technologically advanced decennial census ever  taken—including innovative techniques and  technology as well as new data sources—while still producing quality results.

Thursday, Feb 4, 2016
by zrahman

Editor in Chief at Gallup Poll- Frank Newport, PhD delivered a speech and presentation at the Woodrow Wilson School called Controversy Over the Role of Public Opinion in Presidential Elections on February 4, 2016.