The University of Arkansas at Little Rock made a commitment to utilize the institution’s resources to seek racial and ethnic justice through research and dialogue. The UA Little Rock School of Public Affairs Survey Research Center has helped the university honor this pledge by conducting an annual survey of racial attitudes in Pulaski County for the last 15 years.
In addition to survey reports, all the data collected in the ten years of the survey is now available online. The results listed below include statistical data sets accompanied by codebooks, data tables, and summary reports for each year.
2017-2018: Focus on Race, Ethnicity, & Education
2016-2017: Focus on Race, Ethnicity, & Religion
2015-2016: Focus on Immigration
2014-2015: Focus on Values, Family, and Community
2013-2014: Focus on Class, Finances, and Business
2012-2013: Focus on Crime and Punishment
2011-2012: Focus on Media
2010-2011: Focus on Values, Social Conflict, and Trust
2009-2010: Focus on Crime
2008-2009: Focus on Economic Wealth, Housing, and Financial Well-Being
2007-2008: Focus on Health and Health Care
2006-2007: Focus on Education
2005-2006: Perspectives on Community
2004-2005: Focus on Local Government
2003-2004: Racial Attitudes Perceptions
References to the survey data and website should be made as follows:
UALR Institute of Government’s Survey Research Center & Institute on Race and Ethnicity, Little Rock, Arkansas, Racial Attitudes in Pulaski County Annual Survey (Appropriate Title), (appropriate year). https://ualr.edu/race-ethnicity/research/racial-attitudes/.
References to the annual survey report(print and electronic editions):
Racial Attitudes in Pulaski County Survey Report, UALR Institute of Government’s Survey Research Center & Institute on Race and Ethnicity, Little Rock, Arkansas, (appropriate year), University of Arkansas at Little Rock. https://ualr.edu/race-ethnicity/research/racial-attitudes/.