At CHRR, we work with multiple clients on a wide range of diverse and complex surveys and administrative data projects.
The NLS, sponsored by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, are nationally representative surveys that follow the same sample of individuals from specific birth cohorts over time. Read more about the surveys on our NLS project page.
The APP is a group of volunteer members who agree to participate in social science and health related studies. Any individual 18 years or older living in the US can be a member of CHRR's American Population Panel. Read more about the surveys on our APP project page.
The OERC connects research, education and policy for Ohio's Schools. CHRR constructs and maintains a longitudinal database of Ohio education data and provides access to OERC researchers around the state. Additional information about the OERC is located on our OERC project page.
OLDA is a repository of Ohio public administrative records maintained by CHRR for several Ohio agencies and offers researchers a unique opportunity to analyze the education, work, and training experiences of Ohioans over time. Researchers can learn more about accessing this data at the OLDA project page.
NSASS is a landmark survey of 4,000 U.S. adults that collects information on sports-related attitudes and the dimensions and contexts of sports involvement experiences. Additional information about the NSASS is located on our NSASS project page.
The Next Gen project focuses on the media consumption of emerging consumers. It is sponsored by Gatehouse Media and OSU University Communications. Additional information about the Next Gen is located on our Next Gen project page.
The Higher Education survey focuses on people's political attitudes and their views of higher education.. Additional information about the Higher Ed is located on our Higher Ed project page.
The Wellbeing survey is sponsored by The Columbus Foundation. Additional information about the Wellbeing survey is located on our Wellbeing project page.
The Ohio Study collects information on how children spend their time in a typical week, such as where they go, who they spend their time with, and what they do. Additional information is located on the Ohio Study project page.
This is an initiative led by the State of Ohio and the Ohio Education Resource Center. It helps assess how lower income young adults find and keep jobs using State of Ohio resources. Read more about the survey at our Wage Pathways project page.
LISCI is a survey of Long Island-based manufacturers. Learn more about the survey on our LISCI project page.
The SSES is sponsored by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (Paris, France) to identify those social and emotional skills that are cross-cultural, malleable, measurable, and that contribute to the success and well-being of both the youth and their society. Multiple sites around the world will administer the assessments and surveys to students, school staff, and parents to provide participating countries with information on policies and practices that nurture these skills. CHRR services used for the Item Trial, included: Sample Design and Management, Survey & Questionnaire Design, Survey Management, Data Collection, Data Analytics, Data Security, Database Administration, VoIP Telephony, and IRB Coordination. Learn more about the study on the SSES website.
CFM was comprehensive monthly data on U.S. consumers' credit card use, income, assets, expectations and behaviors. The Consumer Finance Research Group at The Ohio State University produced the CFM utilizing expertise in economics and consumer finance, survey methodology, econometrics and statistics. Read more about the survey at our CFM project page.
OHYES! was an online health student survey for grades 7-12 for which CHRR provided the respondent communications and marketing materials and collaborated with several Ohio agencies. Read more about the survey at our OHYES! project page.
The Aging in Place study focused on reverse mortgages in order to better understand their economic viability for older adults. Details about the study are avaialble on the Aging in Place project page.
The Ohio Housing Needs Survey asked about Ohioans current housing situation and the desirability of homeownership. Additional information about the survey is located on our Ohio Housing Needs project page.
Coastal Household Telephone Survey (CHTS)
The National Marine Fisheries Service of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA Fisheries) is required to conduct a survey of marine recreational fishing. This survey gathered information on participation (number of people who went marine recreational fishing at least once within the calendar year), fishing effort (number of angler trips), and catch (numbers of finfish caught, harvested, and released) by marine recreational anglers.
Angler License Directory Survey (ALDS)
The Angler License Directory Survey collected fishing effort data from lists of known or likely saltwater anglers and was conducted in Louisiana and North Carolina in 2009-2010, while the CHTS was conducted in the Atlantic, Gulf Coast, and Caribbean sub-regions during the same time period.
- 2011 Ohio Mid-Size Business Study
- New Immigrant Survey
- Fisher College of Business: Fisher Survey
- Fisher College of Business: The Influence of Driver Control Practices on Transportation Firms Performance and Turnover
- Rio Grande Valley Health/Encuesta de la Salud del Valle Rio Grande
- Rural Youth Education Project
- Global History of Health Project