WisconSays is an online panel of adults from all over the state of Wisconsin who were scientifically selected to answer questions about their attitudes, experiences, and thoughts about important issues facing Wisconsin and the United States. In appreciation of their time and effort, WisconSays members receive points for completing surveys. These points are redeemed for electronic gift cards or cash. By participating in surveys, WisconSays members help researchers and others gain a better understanding of lives of Wisconsinites, including what they think about and what they care about.
The Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs has released the results of the La Follette Policy Poll. The results of the poll help to explore Wisconsinites’ attitudes about policy issues at both the …
The Badger Poll was a statewide random-digit-dial (RDD) telephone survey of approximately 500 Wisconsin adults. One adult per household was randomly selected to complete the interview. Topics on the Badger Poll included people’s opinions about political matters, the economy, and their communities.
The purpose of this survey is to further explore the linkages among various aspects of public response to new technologies and scientific developments, such as nanotechnology, and to track how public awareness of these technologies is changing over time.
The purpose of this survey is to explore the linkages among various aspects of public response to new technologies and scientific developments, such as nanotechnology.
The goal of this study was to interview 400 randomly selected women and men in households throughout the state of Wisconsin to assess attitudes towards seat belt safety, habits of seat belt use, and attitudes towards public service announcements.
In order to improve highway work zones across the state of Wisconsin, the UWSC performed three separate focus groups.
The purpose of this survey is to understand public opinion and perception of forestry and issues relating to Wisconsin Forestry practices.
This study was done to learn more about how people become informed about public policies, the government and controversial issues.
The 1999 DNR Clear Air Project is a telephone survey of 500 Wisconsin residents. Respondents are asked to give their input on air pollution and public health in order to help the DNR find effective ways to balance environmental and transportation needs.