Environmental Polling: Public Perceptions in Arizona and Indiana 30007572 Environmental Polling: Public Perceptions in Arizona and Indiana ASUs Morrison Institute will conduct statewide polling of registered voters in Arizona and Indiana twice annually for 3 years (2017-2019) to test public perceptions of environmental issues. The polls will be related to journalistic coverage of environmental topics by The Arizona Republic and the Indianapolis Star. Morrison Institute will consult with Pulliam Charitable Trust each year to gain understanding of their key research questions and then design the survey instruments. Morrison Institute will subcontract to a firm to field the poll (statewide in AZ and IN; including cell phones; Spanish/English; approximately 10-12 minutes in length) and then Morrison Institute will analyze the survey findings and write summary reports for each survey.
|Effective start/end date||3/1/17 → 6/30/20|
- Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust: $125,341.00
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