The Survey Research Institute at Cornell University has completed a wide-range of data collection and analysis projects since our inception in 1996. We have provided a comprehensive list of projects and descriptions for your review. Our projects fall into the following data collection categories:
View all surveys that are currently being conducted and all surveys that have been completed.
Survey research projects utilizing a combination of two or more data collection techniques such as Computer Assisted Telephone Interviewing (CATI), mail surveys, and electronic email or web surveys.
Studies primarily conducted using SRI's Computer Assisted Telephone Interviewing (CATI) system, CASES.
Studies primarily conducted through the U.S mail, with SRI providing data entry using our CASES system.
Surveys for data collection posted on secure web pages targeting specific sample populations. Respondents receive email notification with unique identification numbers and passwords to log on.
Please feel free to contact us if you wish more information on any of these project or our capabilities in any of these survey modes.