Oregon Voices Survey

What’s it like in your corner of the state? ¿Cómo es en la parte del estado donde vive?

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Oregon Voices Survey

The Oregon Voices survey is a statewide listening effort aimed at connecting with Oregonians from every corner of our state. Funded by The Ford Family Foundation and developed in partnership with researchers from Portland State University and ECONorthwest, the survey is the first of its kind in Oregon – offered in Spanish as well as English. The project uses a two-phase research model so that data can be reported for each of Oregon’s 36 counties.


Active through November 18

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We are inviting you — our friends and partners in Oregon — to participate in this first-of-its-kind effort to learn about the experiences of Oregonians across the state, especially in rural communities. We want to help all of Oregon see all of Oregon and hope you will lend your voice.

Complete the survey at OregonVoicesEngage.org

Share with your friends and neighbors

Help us spread the word, especially to those whose voices we may not usually hear. Download our shareable PDF invitation to participate and send to your friends and neighbors. The more voices we hear from the better!

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Summer 2021 (Closing October 29)

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18,000 Oregon households — 500 in each county — were invited to participate in the first phase of the Oregon Voices survey project. Thanks to your help, we reached a response rate of over 10%.

We look forward to sharing results with you in 2022

Questions? Email us at oregonvoices@tfff.org or call 1 (800) 367-1350.

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