The Well-being Survey is sponsored by The Columbus Foundation to understand how Columbus, Ohio residents are doing individually and as a community. We believe this survey can provide critical information to understand how Columbus residents can be better supported to achieve their full potential.
The first wave of 500 respondents began in Fall of 2019 administered through CHRR's American Population Panel and will expand to 2,000 respondents, including panel and non-panel members within the Columbus area.
The research team for the Well-being Survey consists of Heather Tsavaris and Matthew Martin from The Columbus Foundation. Additional assistance provided by Dr. Elizabeth Cooksey, CHRR Senior Researcher and Professor Emeritus, Sociology (OSU) with support from CHRR staff.
CHRR services used for Well-being:
- Sample Design and Management
- Survey and Questionnaire Design
- Survey Management
- Data Analytics
- Data Security
- Database Administration
- Data Collection
Service descriptions can be found on CHRR's services page.