The HBCU Student Criminal Justice Reform Poll's results supply policy makers, administrators, and community leaders with data that they can use to inform justice-oriented policies and strategies for building student engagement in the political process.
The poll was not weighted due to our purposive, non-random approach to sample collection. A convenience sampling approach was utilized. University-level data provide meaningful opportunities for university comparisons and can inform strategic initiatives and programming. Though the results are not generalizable beyond Texas Southern University, they do provide a springboard from which to begin sampling this often under-examined population.
Our poll was conducted through the award-winning civic engagement platform that uses quick web-surveys to transform the way community leaders connect with residents and other stakeholders, created by Polco. Polco adds reliability to results and fosters civility through unique verification capabilities and key design features. The platform produces organized data, dashboards, and maps in real-time for key decision-makers. Polco is especially useful for clients with immediate decision-making needs, including local and state governments, special districts, schools and universities, and nonprofit organizations.
National Research Center, Inc. (NRC) is leading survey research firm focusing on the information requirements of the public sector, including local governments, non-profit agencies, foundations and more. They are a highly skilled team of social science researchers performing a full range of quality services to help organizations measure their effectiveness and understand the perspectives of their residents, employees, clients and other stakeholders. NRC is a proud subsidiary of Polco.
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