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Surveys & Data Resources

The surveys below represent the Foundation’s commitment to add information of value to the community without duplicating existing data sources. We determine survey projects based on alignment to our priority areas of interest, as well as availability and quality of existing data.  Through our reports, we want residents to learn about the issues, monitor change over time and make informed decisions that will contribute to community progress. 

2019 Greater Evansville Early Childcare Survey

We are currently in the data collection phase of our Early Childcare Survey. We look forward to sharing the results with you in late 2019.

Supporting resources

   
Early Learning Data Dashboard    

2018 Greater Evansville Nonprofit Survey

This benchmark study captures point-in-time information about the sector’s strengths, risks and opportunities and sets the stage to monitor changes in future surveys.

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Supporting resources

2018 Greater Evansville Nonprofit Survey - Executive Summary 2018 Greater Evansville Nonprofit Survey - Appendix & Data Tables Nonprofit Excellence Data Dashboard

2016 Community Faith Survey

Data on religious perspectives and practices does not tend to exist at the local level. Because of this deficit of information, and because the Foundation has a priority interest in supporting Christian faith-based nonprofits, we have commissioned a random telephone survey to learn about Tri-State residents’ faith affiliations, beliefs, attitudes, and practices. The next survey will be conducted in 2021.

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Supporting resources

2016 Community Faith Survey Executive Summary 2016 Community Faith Survey Data Presentation Video Christ-Centered Living Data Dashboard

Find even more information and resources related to the Community Faith Survey here.

2015 Tri-state Health Survey

Historically, the Foundation has commissioned a broad health survey of chronic disease prevalence, overall health status, health related behaviors, and access to health care in the Tri-State. In 2015, a random telephone survey collected representative data from over 4,300 adults and for close to 900 children across seven counties. With consideration for the increasing availability of local chronic disease and healthcare data, the next survey in 2020, as well as future versions, will focus more specifically on physical activity, nutrition, and weight related chronic disease.

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Supporting resources

2015 Tristate Health SurveyExecutive Summary 2008 Adult Health Survey HEAL Data Dashboard

If you have questions about our surveys, email the Foundation's Program & Learning Officer, or call us at 812-437-8260.

 

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