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Andrew Giacomazzi

The School of Public Service conducts surveys across the city, state and region to help decision-makers make informed decisions.

To support these surveys or to inquire about how we can conduct a survey for your organization, please contact Andrew Giacomazzi, Interim Dean of the School of Public Service. (agiacom@boisestate.edu).

A special report from Idaho Policy Institute

Growth in the Treasure Valley in 2020

The Treasure Valley has experienced robust population growth in recent years, and by all accounts those trends only increased in 2020. Using survey responses from a geographically and demographically representative sample of 750 Treasure Valley residents, we explore their views on growth and some of the issues that it presents.

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Idaho Public Policy Survey

The Sixth Annual Idaho Public Policy Survey was conducted November 29th–December 3rd, 2020, and surveyed 1,000 adults over the age of 18 who currently live in Idaho. The sample is designed to be representative of the population of the state both geographically and demographically. This was a mixed-mode survey which contacted by phone (58%), online (32%), and via text message (10%). The goal of using multiple means to contact respondents is to increase our coverage of the population to people who may not respond to traditional phone surveys. The survey addresses a variety of issues facing Idaho including growth, education, taxes, and criminal justice, but this brief will focus on attitudes regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. The survey has a simple random sampling margin of error of +/- 3.1% and was conducted by GS Strategy Group.

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A special report from Idaho Policy Institute

Idahoans' Attitudes About COVID-19 2020

Read Idahoans' Attitudes About COVID-19 2020

Treasure Valley Survey

The Fourth Annual Treasure Valley Survey was conducted September 14th – 22nd, 2019, and surveyed 1,000 adults over the age of 18 who currently live in Ada, Canyon, Boise, Gem, and Owyhee counties.

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Read the 2019 Treasure Valley Survey

Additional Reports and Surveys

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