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Survey – studies that use questionnaires to sample individual responses and then aggregate the data to make statistical inferences about a population. Most of what you’ll find here are surveys.
Quiz – short questionnaires that compare your responses to a population.
News – topical items of a numerical nature that (usually) reveal insight into humans around us.
Quick – when you’re in a hurry.
University – surveys associated with an institution of higher learning. Usually vetted by review boards.
Business – surveys that help a business; often new websites or new products.
Help A Student — surveys that support the work of people who are pursuing degrees.
Featured — things that interest us today and we hope will interest you.
Consumer behavior — studies about how and why people choose to buy things.
Ethnic– involving a subgroup defined by cultural, racial, and place-of-origin parameters.
Health — related to physical well-being.
LGBT – involving or about people whose sexual orientation is Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, or Transgender.
Marketing – conducted by businesses seeking to gain insight into customers; usually with the goal of making them smarter about how to sell you stuff.
Men – studies seeking the responses of men and/or about issues relating to men.
Personality – studies about the combinations of emotional, attitudinal, and behavioral patterns of individuals.
Psychology – research goal is to gain insight into human behavior.
Relationships – studies about how people interact with one another; often about couples.
Religion – studies involving beliefs systems that are intended to give meaning to life and death.
Sexuality – studies of intimate relationships and/or sexual orientation.
Women – studies seeking the responses of women and/or about issues relating to women.
Youth – studies seeking the responses of young people and/or about issues relating to young people.