Call: Data Collection Applications CHIP50
Call for data collection applications via the NSF-funded project: Civic Health and Institutions Project, a 50 States Survey (CHIP50).
The project provides access to state-level data on citizens’ opinions and behaviors for social scientists and health researchers. The data provide large non-probability representative (via weights) samples from every state and D.C. to ensure inferences can be made about specific states and across them. Alternatively, the data offer large national samples that can be used to study proportionally small subgroups. The central mission of the project is to provide opportunities for researchers to submit applications for items on the survey, and, if accepted, collect data free of charge.
CHIP50 accepts proposals on a wide range of topics (e.g., health, politics, society) that can target all states, a subset of states, or the nation as a whole. Applications are considered on a rolling basis. Details, including how to submit, are provided at: chip50.org.