The Cornell Center for Social Sciences (CCSS) was awarded $2 million by the National Science Foundation's American National Election Study Competition to coordinate the execution of the 2022 Collaborative Midterm Survey. The Collaborative Midterm Survey is currently soliciting proposals to engage multiple partners who will use a combination of new and longstanding methodologies. It seeks to generate election insights while also advancing the science of survey research, potentially establishing a model for future surveys. The Roper Center will archive and make publicly available all topline and individual-level data. To learn more about the project, go to the CCSS website by clicking here and read the Cornell Chronicle article here.
2022 Collaborative Midterm Survey
June 17, 2022