The Center for Urban and Public Affairs (CUPA) conducts telephone, mail,
web-based, and person-to-person surveys on behalf of local and state
governments, non-profit organizations, and private sector companies. Over the
past decade, CUPA has completed over 400 surveys for different organizations
across the State and nation. These surveys are designed to assess the
performance of organizations, gauge the effectiveness of marketing strategies,
assess citizen and stakeholder views of new policies or programs, and identify
other issues pertinent to organizational effectiveness.
Over the past two decades, CUPA has partnered with dozens of state and local
governments, local health districts, non-profit organizations, business
associations, and private sector firms to complete survey research projects.
Each project is customizable- our experienced research staff will work with your
organization to identify the methodology that is right for you!
Together with our GIS (Geographic Information Systems) laboratory, CUPA is
able to produce high-quality, professional reports that address the diverse
needs of our clientele. Most importantly, the CUPA Survey Research Lab adheres
to the American Association for Public Opinion Researchís (AAPOR)
Code of Professional Ethics and Practice, so you can be confident that
survey data is collected and analyzed in the most professional manner possible.
Please click on the links to the right of this page to learn more about the
different survey methods that we utilize. Donít know what method is right for
you? Our professional staff can advise you on the method that best fits your
research needs. Our goal is to help your organization meet its data collection
needs in the most cost efficient manner possible.
For additional information on the Center for Urban and Public Affairs Survey
Research Lab, or to inquire about a survey, please contact:
Center for Urban & Public Affairs
Wright State University
225 Millett Hall
3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy.
Dayton, OH 45435-0001
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