The Public Policy Center regularly publishes the results of its applied research, event proceedings, and contract research, as well as periodic briefs and memoranda on emerging policy issues.
The Annual Public Policy Survey began in 1990. The Social Science Research Center (SSRC) at Boise State University has conducted a statewide survey of Idahoans annually to identify public policy opinions and concerns. The results of the survey are available to both policy makers and the public. The survey includes a set of “core questions” asked on a rotating basis that relate to the problems facing Idaho, perceptions of and confidence in government, opinions on taxes, and satisfaction with program and service areas. Additional questions are asked that attempt to identify or clarify contemporary issues of interest and concern to Idaho citizens.
Our podcasts highlight topical policy issues and present background, context and data from the Public Policy Center’s applied research. Additional publications include targeted surveys on regional issues, conference presentations, white papers, and bi-annual State of the Region Reports.
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|20th Public Policy Survey Statewide Results||2011||APPS|
|20th Public Policy Survey Statewide Results Power Point Presentation||2011||PRSNTN|