Southeastern SSRC Surveys & Polls
2009 Quality of Life in Louisiana’s Florida Parishes: This was sponsored by Southeastern Louisiana University and conducted by the Southeastern Social Science Research Center to provide tangible materials for connecting citizens with regional planning efforts and to help elected officials, planners, nonprofit organizations and others work cooperatively in developing solutions to identified problems.
Bogalusa Area Shopping Survey May 2009: Done in conjunction with the City of Bogalusa, the Bogalusa Chamber of Commerce, the Washington Economic Development Foundation, and the Southeastern Business Research Center, this study was designed to provide decision makers with information on shopping preferences for residents in and around Bogalusa, Louisiana.
2008 Slidell and Olde Towne Revitalization Study: The Slidell Olde Towne Revitalization Survey was conducted at the request of the Olde Towne Slidell Task Force. The purpose of the Survey was to determine the views of Slidell residents, business owners and renters and property owners in the Olde Towne area of Slidell. The results of this survey are being used to aide in the economic development and revitalization of Olde Towne.
The Southeastern Poll of 2008: Conducted from October 20th through the 23rd of 2008, a sampling of registered Louisiana voters was asked several questions concerning the 2008 Presidential election as well as the Louisiana Senatorial Race. The results can be accessed via the link below.
The Southeastern Poll of 2007: A telephone survey of registered voters was conducted for the2007 Louisiana Gubernatorial Primary between October 1st and October 7th. The results of the poll area available here.