Public Reports

The following market research projects were conducted for public entities who elected to publish the project's report online. Please note, we always respect our client's confidentiality and never reference a project or client who has not chosen to publicly do so on their own.

Spokane Preservation Advocates

In August of 2008, Robinson Research was commissioned by Spokane Preservation Advocates to conduct a telephone study with households living in "histori neighborhoods". The purpose of the study was to evaluate how residents perceived canopy-forming trees. A total of four hundred surveys were conducted. You can find the Executive Summary Report here.

North Idaho College

As part of a multi-methodology study, Robinson Research was commissioned by North Idaho College's Long Range Visioning and Planning Committee to conduct focus groups, two phone surveys, and an online survey. The purpose of the studies was to evaluate attitudes and perceptions regarding NIC to assist with NIC's Long Range Visioning and Planning.

  1. Cumulative Executive Summary Report
  2. Business Owner Telephone Survey Report
  3. General Public Telephone Survey Report
  4. Online Student Survey Report
  5. Below is a video we made of the project.

Greater Wenatchee Regional Events Center Public Facilities District

Robinson Research was commissioned by the GWRECPFD to conduct a telephone survey with households in Douglas and Chelan Counties. The overall purpose of this study was to evaluate the publics' attitudes and perceptions regarding the Town Toyota Center and the level of support for a sales tax increase. Four hundred telephone surveys were completed in November and December of 2010. The Executive Summary Report can be found here.

Center for Justice

Robinson Research was commissioned by the Center For Justice to conduct a telephone survey with adults living in portions of Spokane, Lincoln and Stevens Counties. People surveyed live close to the Spokane River. The overall purpose of this study was to evaluate public attitudes and perceptions regarding pollution in the Spokane River. The survey was conducted as part of the Center for Justice's public participation grant from the WA Department of Ecology. A total of 600 telephone surveys were completed. The Executive Summary Report can be found here.

Chealn County Public Utility District

Robinson Research was commissioned by Chelan County Public Utility District (PUD) to conduct a telephone survey with ccustomers. The overall purpose of the study was to evaluate and track public attitudes regarding the PUD. This was the thirteenth wave of the study. The report can be found here.

Lamar Outdoor Advertising

Robinson Research, was commissioned by Lamar Outdoor Advertising to conduct a 400-sample telephone study with Spokane County voters. The purpose of the study was to gather awareness, attitudes, and perceptions of outdoor billboard advertising. The Executive Summary Report can be found here.

Community Colleges of Spokane

Robinson Research was commissioned by CCS to conduct a series of focus groups with interested parties, including business leaders, community leaders, alumni, employers, higher education representatives, and K-12 counselors. A PowerPoint of the report can be downloaded here. The report can be found here.

Spokane Transit Authority

A project Robinson Research conducted for STA was cited in Enhancing the Visibility and Image of Transit in the United Staes and Canada. More about the book can be found at the Transportation Research Board's website.

City of Spokane/Downtown Spokane Partnership/Downtown Business Improvement District

Robinson Research contributed research to Downtown Spokane Parking Demand Study, which was written by Mark Development Company. The full report can be found here.

Built Green Washington

Robinson Research was commissioned by Built Green Washington to conduct a telephone survey among households in the State of Washington. The overall purpose of this study was to evaluate the public‟s attitudes and perceptions regarding green building practices. The full report can be found here.