Panel Sought for Central Oregon “State of the Region” Survey

Panel Sought for Central Oregon “State of the Region” Survey

PublIshed on Aug 24, 2022

 COIC (Central Oregon Intergovernmental Council) is administering a regional survey across Central Oregon next month via the Oregon Values and Beliefs Center (OVBC) Panel. The Central Oregon “State of the Region” survey aims to understand how Central Oregonians feel about the direction the region is headed, and their views on issues such as childcare, housing, transit, and more.

Please consider joining the Oregon Values and Beliefs Center (OVBC) Panel, and encouraging others in your networks to do the same so that many voices can be heard. As a part of the panel, you will be able to share your values and beliefs regarding statewide and community-level issues anonymously and regularly. When you register as a panelist, you will be notified when new surveys are opened, and OVBC will award you points for the surveys and other activities you take part in. Those points can then be redeemed for cash through PayPal or Venmo, or as a Fred Meyer gift card, or their value can be donated to an Oregon non-profit.

OVBC will share its research findings with COIC, as well as brainstorm the implications they have for the work they are doing in Oregon. To join the panel, click the link below.

Join the OVBC Panel

As a non-profit, OVBC completes scientifically conducted, independent, and nonpartisan opinion research with Oregonians across all geographies and all demographic groups, including hard-to-reach populations. It is critical for the future of the state that the voices of all Oregonians are heard in the planning, policy-making, and communications that will be done at the state, regional, and local levels.

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