Welcome to the Center for Survey Research

The Center for Survey Research is a research unit of the Office of the Vice Provost for Research providing state-of-the-art qualitative and quantitative research services. We partner with academic clients from diverse substantive areas spanning business, education, the social sciences, and the health sciences as well as collaborators in nonprofit organizations, for-profit firms, and the government.

worldofstats_logo.gifaaporTIcharterMember.pngThe CSR provides a full range of one-stop and a la carte services for qualitative and quantitative research from interview guide development and user testing to data collection and analysis. Click here to view a listing of services.

CSR methodologists also train and provide consultation to faculty, staff, and students on research methods and conduct original methodological research in areas including but not limited to measurement error, data collection methods for gathering health data, nonresponse, research technologies and usability, and interviewer effects.


IU SPEA and CSR Investigators Study Public Support for Road Financing

New Indiana University research shows that, at best, only one in three Americans believe roads should be financed with benefit-based taxes... [Read more]

AAPOR Transparency Initiative

The Center for Survey Research has become a charter member in the AAPOR Transparency Initiative, supporting broader and more effective disclosure of research methods.

Center for Survey Research fields comprehensive sexual health study at IUB

The Center for Sexual Health and Promotion partnered with the Center for Survey Research to administer what is a first-of-its-kind survey at IU... [Read more]

Now Offering Free Consulting Hours on Campus!

Senior staff and methodologists from the CSR will be holding weekly consulting hours at two new locations on the Bloomington campus:

  • Social Science Research Commons (SSRC) in 200 Woodburn Hall
  • Scholars’ Commons (first floor of the East Tower) in the Wells Library

IU faculty, staff, and students — feel free to drop by during the listed consultation hours to discuss anything from potential research projects to writing survey questions or conducting data analysis. Please join us!