Attitudinal research is intrinsic to having a desired public policy outcome accepted by the public. Understanding perceptions and implementing what is learned through survey research allows public policy programs to be designed more effectively, modified as needed, and assessed and evaluated as to their success.
We have more than 30 years experience providing our clients with a full range of survey data collection services, from one-on-one personal interviewing to leading edge computer-assisted technologies.
ADRG has executed survey research projects in a variety of policy areas including:
Juvenile Justice - Surveying public interaction with law enforcement and conducting process and outcome evaluations.
Food Policy-Studying impact of GMO's on food chain
Education - Understanding issues surrounding Charter School implementation