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CSR and LCDFS collaborated to design three survey questionnaires.
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Surveys and data collection
Semi-structured, tape recorded telephone interviews with selected residents of Prince William County, to probe more deeply into opinions about the County’s illegal immigration enforcement policy.
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Surveys and data collection
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Annual Citizen Satisfaction Survey for Prince William County, VA was based on a dual-frame sample that included Random Digit Dialing of landline phones and cell phones.
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Surveys and data collection
The goal of this survey was to replicate a set of surveys done in 2007 and 2008 which gathered information about how high school seniors and their families make choices about college.
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Web / Mail
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Surveys and data collection
The goal of this web survey was to evaluate the effect of programs sponsored by Computing Research Associates that promote careers in computing research fields for women and minorities and that provid
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Surveys and data collection
: Telephone survey of randomly contacted residents of Washington, DC and the areas of Virginia and Maryland considered to be part of the National Capital Region.
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Surveys and data collection
This survey solicited the experiences of anesthesiologists with patient injuries and adverse events that may have had an impact on the physician involved.
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Surveys and data collection
Thjis project number was used to organize and track internal effort by CSR to produce a paper for the 2009 AAPOR conference regarding the relative cost of calling cell phones versus landline phones.
This project number was reserved for a project that did not come to fruition. Possible survey of innovation officers in large companies to build a nationwide innovation index.

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