Surveys are used to gather input, measure public opinion, and establish baseline understanding of demographics and other information about residents.

All Our Ideas wikisurveys

Mix core ideas from survey research with new insights from crowdsourcing. Add a heavy dose of statistics. Stir in a bit of fresh thinking. Enjoy.

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Black Census Project

Launched by Black Futures Lab in early 2018, the Black Census Project is the largest survey of Black people conducted in the United States since Reconstruction. Over 30,000 Black people from across the country participated in the Black Census Project, providing their views, political beliefs, concerns, and aspirations.

Change Research

Change Research provides fast, affordable and accurate public opinion polling at 80 to 90 percent less than traditional polls with the goal of ensuring that every forward-thinking candidate and campaign has access to the actionable insight they need to win

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Engage your Community

ParleyVox is a revolutionary way for goverenments, businesses and community builders everywhere to keep thier finger on the pulse of what large groups of people are thinking

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Software for the annual homeless count

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Mexico City Crowdsourcing a Constitution: case study

To get input on Mexico City's constitution, LabCDMX experimented with Google Docs, PubPub,, paper surveys, and kiosks

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Predictwise is a powerful data, analytics, research, and survey platform that can generate customized, granularized insights on any voter in any district in the country.

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Survey 160 is a software-as-a-service tool which seeks to improve traditional polling by using SMS messaging to reach audiences who are not responsive to phone surveys and are underrepresented in existing online panels.

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