The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Annual Survey is an affordable means of gauging public opinion on a wide range of community issues. By sharing the cost of survey research, agencies and organizations can obtain high quality, scientific information on topics of their choice. This collaborative approach allows survey sponsors to obtain customized information on attitudes, preferences, and interests for a fraction of the usual cost of an individual survey project.
About the program
Now accepting questions for the next survey
For more than 30 years, the UNC Charlotte Urban Institute survey of Mecklenburg County residents has become an important resource for local governments and nonprofit agencies. The survey allows agencies to discern community attitudes about issues important to their work in an affordable way.
If you would like to participate in the next Annual Survey in early 2017 or have questions about the institute’s survey services, contact Diane Gavarkavich at firstname.lastname@example.org by Nov. 1.
What are the costs?
The cost of the first question is $1,000, with each additional question priced according to the total number of questions purchased:
|Number of Questions||Fee per Question|
|2 to 10 questions||$850|
|11 to 24 questions||$750|
|25 or more questions||$600|
As part of our annual survey service we provide the following:
- A representative sample of 400 adult residents of Mecklenburg County
- Help drafting your questions in order to optimize results
- Data breakdowns according to demographic characteristics
- Optional dashboard for sharing survey results
Please inquire how we can customize our services to fit your survey research needs.