Social and Cultural Polls

Social and Cultural Polls

Siena Research Institute regularly conducts studies on the Civic Health, Sports Fanship, Technology, US Presidents and First Ladies.

                          




Social & Cultural - Siena Research Institute News

  • NY’ers and Upstate CEO’s See Balancing Work & Family as Biggest Problem for Women at Work

    NY’ers and Upstate CEO’s See Balancing Work & Family as Biggest Problem for Women at Work
    Large Majority Say Women Struggle to Receive Equal Pay and With Workplace Sexual Harassment; CEO’s See Different World
    60% Think Women Have as Much or More Opportunity to be Successful; 70% of All CEO’s, 38% of Female CEO’s: ‘Women Have as Much Opportunity Today as Men do’ Read More

  • 59% of New Yorkers Think Yankees More Likely Than Mets to Make the Playoffs

    59% of New Yorkers Think Yankees More Likely Than Mets to Make the Playoffs; Only 18% Believe in Mets
    Nearly Half of Men but Only Just over a Quarter of Women say they are Baseball Fans
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  • New Yorkers Trust & Rate Job Done by Local Governments As Better than that Done By State or Federal Governments

    Special New York Local Government Siena College Poll:
    New Yorkers Trust & Rate Job Done by Local Governments As Better than that Done By State or Federal Governments
    Majority of Voters Says Local Governments Beat the State On: Understanding Needs, Managing Tax Dollars, Getting Things Done
    Local Services like Fire & Police Get High Marks; Support for More Spending on Infrastructure; However, Most Want Line Held on Local Taxes & Services Read More