Spring 2016 – Physical Infrastructure
This year, ideastream is partnering with the Baldwin Wallace University Community Research Institute (“CRI”) to augment the ideastream quarterly Listening Project surveys. The CRI will field four surveys using Listening Project themes and questions. The CRI’s surveys will be conducted among a representative sampling of 500+ respondents from the Northeast Ohio region, spread across demographics such as age, geography, race and annual household income. This report is the second to include the results of the ideastream survey and the CRI survey.
For the fiscal quarter April 1 – June 30, 2016, ideastream focused its Listening Project survey on physical infrastructure, one of the top challenges in the region identified by prior Listening Project survey respondents. The ideastream survey was completed by 287 anonymous respondents who answered 10 questions. For the majority of the questions, respondents selected an answer from a series of multiple-choice options and provided additional thoughts in a comments section.
The CRI survey was completed by 527 adults in Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain, Medina, Portage and Summit Counties using online panel data with quotas in place for gender and age.