Surveys

Fall 2019 Survey

In October 2019, the Center for Social Innovation partnered with the Southern California News Group on a survey of political and policy attitudes in Southern California. The online survey was conducted using the Qualtrics platform and Lucid sample, with responses collected between October 6th and October 14, with 1,597 respondents and a margin of error of +/- 2.45% . Overall, there were 399 respondents in Los Angeles County (+/- 4.9%), 400 in Orange County (+/- 4.9%), 400 in Riverside County (+/- 4.9%), and 398 in San Bernardino County (+/- 4.9%).

See our survey results here, with cross-tabs by county, race of respondent, age group, gender, educational attainment, and party identification.

Fall 2018 Survey

In October 2018, the Center for Social Innovation partnered with the Southern California News Group on a survey of political and policy attitudes in Southern California. The online survey was conducted using the Qualtrics platform and sample, with responses collected between October 24 and October 30, with 1,291 respondents and a margin of error of +/- 3%. Overall, there were 379 respondents in Los Angeles County, 357 in Orange County, 330 in Riverside County, and 225 in San Bernardino County.

See our survey results here, with cross-tabs by county, race of respondent, age group, gender, educational attainment, and party identification.

INLAND EMPIRE COVID-19 NONPROFIT SURVEY OF NEEDS AND BEST PRACTICES (ROUND 2)

It has been 2 months since COVID-19 started. Thank you for all you are doing to lead your organizations and keeping our communities safe and healthy.   The first survey we circulated has helped inform about $1 million in funding from the IE Funder’s Alliance Rapid Response Fund and the IE COVID-19 Resilience Fund to assist local nonprofit organizations working to respond to this public health crisis. You can find more about these, and other funding efforts in the Inland Empire at https://iecovidresponse.org/ In order to make sure that we understand and can adapt to changing community needs, we ask our IE nonprofit leaders to fill out this ROUND 2 survey. This information will inform requests for funding, grantmaking and technical assistance (TA) responses, as well as advocacy for our sector as part of the reopening process.

Fill out the survey here

Inland Empire COVID-19 Nonprofit Survey

It has been 2 months since COVID-19 started. Thank you for all you are doing to lead your organizations and keeping our communities safe and healthy.

The first survey we circulated to help our nonprofits receives almost $900,000 in funding from the IE Funders Alliance Rapid Response Fund, and initiated the IE COVID-19 Resilience Fund to assist local nonprofit organizations working to respond to this public health crisis. You can find more about these, and other funding efforts in the Inland Empire at https://iecovidresponse.org/

In order to make sure that we understand and can adapt to changing community needs, we ask our IE nonprofit leaders to fill out ROUND 2 of our survey. This information will inform requests for funding, grant making and technical assistance (TA) responses, as well as advocacy for our sector as part of the reopening process.

As this data is analyzed, this information will be shared with others in positions to assist and respond.

Please note that this is ROUND 2 of our survey. Those who did not have a chance to take the first wave will still be able to provide critical information about their organization.

 

Thank you,

Michelle Decker, CEO
Inland Empire Community Foundation

Karthick Ramakrishnan, Professor and Director
Center for Social Innovation, UC Riverside

FILL OUT THE SURVEY HERE

In collaboration with The Inland Empire Community Foundation, please see following 2019-2020 Census Surveys

Census Landscape Survey: This survey is to provide a landscape of organizations and capacity for the purpose of Census Outreach.

Census Stakeholder Survey: This survey is to measure the opinions/expectations of those playing a critical role in the planning, development, and implementation of Census 2020 outreach activities in the IE.

I.E. Census Funded Report: The purpose of the survey is to measure funding distributions across the Inland Empire for Census 2020.