The Greater Cincinnati Survey
The Greater Cincinnati Survey (GCS) is a semiannual survey of the Cincinnati metropolitan area and is operated on a cost-share basis. This survey gives
policymakers, researchers and not-for-profit organizations an opportunity to gather reliable data in a cost effective manner. The GCS has regularly surveyed Greater Cincinnati residents since 1978.
As an omnibus survey, the GCS consists of multiple sets of questions purchased by different clients for their proprietary use. The Greater Cincinnati Survey is conducted in the spring and fall of each year.
Each GCS is based on telephone interviews (landline and cell phone) with a randomly selected sample of approximately 1,000 adult residents of Hamilton County (500 in the City of Cincinnati) or 1,500 adult residents for the eight county Greater Cincinnati region.
The Ohio Poll
The Ohio Poll is a semiannual survey that explores the attitudes and opinions of Ohioans on a variety of public policy topics. The Ohio Poll is sponsored by the University of Cincinnati. The Ohio Poll has regularly surveyed Ohioans since 1981.
The Ohio Poll is offered as a research service to state governmental agencies, universities and affiliated groups. The Ohio Poll provides this unique research tool to gain research information agencies may need. This valuable research service allows public agencies to monitor public opinion, to measure public awareness or to identify Ohioans’ priorities for various public services.
The Ohio Health Issues Poll is an annual survey conducted as part of The Ohio Poll. The survey explores the attitudes and opinions of Ohioans on a variety of health policy topics. The Ohio Health Issues Poll is sponsored by Interact for Health.
For the latest information releases from The Ohio Health Issues Poll, please visit Interact for Health.
Eric Rademacher, Ph.D.
Co-Director, Institute for Policy Research