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Creating Surveys

EVALUATING THE SURVEY PROCESS

When you have finished your survey it may be helpful to go through and take note of where questions weren't answered or what areas could be improved. It can also be useful to debrief with the people who did the interviews to find out what was difficult and what seemed to work. Recording this information can help you tailor your survey to your community's needs the next time you need to develop a survey and will be helpful if another community group asks you for assistance on their survey.

A project of the DataCenter's Economic Justice Program, May 2004.

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CONTENTS

Introduction

Glossary


Surveys to Support Campaigns


Survey Planning:

1. Why survey?
2. Time & Resources
3. Type of Survey
4. How many surveys?
5. Language
6. Safety
7. Reaching respondants

Creating Surveys:
1: Create Info List
2: Design Survey
3: Test Survey
4: Train Interviewers
5: Analyze Data

Evaluating the Survey Process


Sources & Resources


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