The Lion Poll is an omnibus web panel survey where organizations and researchers with statewide interests can contribute one or more customized questions to the survey.  Clients only pay for the question(s) they submit and receive data from their question(s) as well as 15 demographic questions; questions start at $1,000.  The Lion Poll is conducted twice a year (spring and fall), and 1,000 adult Pennsylvanians are surveyed during each administration. 

Sponsors of the Lion Poll can use the results of the survey to track public policy issues; measure general attitudes, awareness, and knowledge of their organizations; and measure satisfaction with organizational services and performance. 

Fifteen standard demographic questions (age, sex, ethnicity, race, education, income, political affiliation, political ideology, geography (zip code, county, region, rural/urban status), number of children in the household, number of adults in the household, and household size), assistance in wording and sequencing questions, a methodology report, and a cleaned dataset of client's question(s) and standard demographics are included in the cost.  A variety of reporting options are available for an additional fee.  A smaller-scale version of the Lion Poll, Lion Poll Lite, is also available; it is conducted twice a year (summer and winter).

 

All questions submitted by the sponsor, and the answers and analyses of them, remain the exclusive property of the sponsor and cannot be released by the Center for Survey Research without prior written consent from the sponsor.  To learn more about the Lion Poll, view the following links:

 

 

For more information or a FREE cost estimate, please contact Stephanie L. Wehnau, Director of the Center for Survey Research, at 717-948-4323 or csr@psu.edu