Alaska Federation of NativesSurvey of registered Alaska voters about election issues and candidates, including an analysis of regional and demographic differences. The Federation used the study to form campaign strategies.
Multi-part study to form a greater understanding of Cloverdale, California residents’ opinions of the urban growth boundary, a potential new casino, and economic development more generally. The project helped the Cloverdale Rancheria tribal venture incorporate local attitudes into their project planning, public relations, and communications efforts.
Cloverdale Rancheria of Pomo Indians
Opinion research of tribal members and employees to support the Tribe’s planning and communications. Surveys assessed general perceptions about the Tribe, program awareness, job performance, and individual and household needs. The research provided a baseline for assessing future changes in attitudes and behavior.
Confederated Tribes of the Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians
A combined quantitative and qualitative project to determine tribal members’ views about economic development, community vision and values, internal culture and environment, and tribal governance.
Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs economic development study
Components included small group discussions, one-on-one interviews with tribal council and administrative leadership, and a survey of tribal members.