The following research studies are a selection of past and present surveys that have used the American Population Panel for respondent recruitment and other CHRR services.
The U.S. Dads Survey and corresponding co-parent study were designed by principal investigator, Dr. Kevin Shafer, Professor of Sociology at Brigham Young University.
Mini Surveys are brief surveys run by the American Population Panel and are used for pilot studies, seed grants, testing survey questions, and student thesis projects. Visit our Mini Survey project page to view a sample of survey topics.
The Leaders Listen Series is a set of short surveys produced by the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC) that will periodically invite both American Population Panel (APP) members and non-panel members residing in Central Ohio to share their input. For the Transportation Survey, MORPC asked residents’ opinions on transportation-related experiences and services in the region. CHRR is responsible for programming and administering the survey in partnership with MORPC and The Columbus Dispatch.
NSASS is a landmark survey of 4,000 U.S. adults designed by principal investigator Dr. Chris Knoester, Associate Professor in Sociology (OSU), that collects information on sports-related attitudes and the dimensions and contexts of sports involvement experiences. Additional information about the survey is located on our NSASS study details.
The Singlehood in America study surveyed adults ages 30-50 to help better understand social ties among single adults. The study's principal investigators are Dr. Karen Guzzo (Director, Carolina Population Center, UNC) and Dr. Wendy D. Manning (Professor of Sociology, BGSU). CHRR is providing sample design and management, survey and questionnaire design, survey management, data collection, data security, database administration, and IRB coordination.
Connecting to Congress is a research initiative by the Institute for Democratic Engagement and Accountability (IDEA), which aims to create authentic, actionable engagement between Members of Congress and the full range of their constituents via online Deliberative Town Halls. The project is directed by Political Science faculty members Michael Neblo (IDEA Director) and William Minozzi along with Amy Lee, IDEA Associate Director.
The Diversity of LGBTQA+ Experiences Study was designed by co-PIs: Dr. Allen Mallory (Assistant Professor in Human Sciences, OSU), Dr. Rin Reczek (Professor in Sociology, OSU), and Dr. Autumn Bermea (Assistant Professor in Human Sciences, OSU).
The Perceived expectations of young Adult Intimate Relationships Study (PAIRS) was designed by principal investigator, Michelle Eilers, doctoral candidate in Sociology and Demography at the University of Texas-Austin.
Sponsored by The Columbus Foundation, the Well-being Survey aimed to understand how Columbus, Ohio residents are doing individually and as a community. Additional information about the survey is located on our Well-being project page.
The Family Forms Survey was designed by principal investigator Dr. Rachel Arocho, an Assistant Professor of Family Science in Utah Valley University’s Department of Behavioral Science. The survey is part of the Tell Us What You Think Mini Survey series and focused on individuals conceived by and families formed using medically assisted reproduction. Read more about the study on the Survey Methods: Insight from the Fields website.
The Higher Education Survey is directed by principal investigator Dr. Stephen Gavazzi, Professor in Human Sciences (OSU), and focuses on people's political attitudes and their views of higher education. Additional information about the survey is located on our Higher Ed project page.
The Life-cycle Vaping and Smoking Survey was designed by principal investigator, Dr. Dean Lillard, Professor in Human Sciences, OSU.