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 Make 2016 Predictions: 65% Predict 1st Woman President; Most Say Trump Win Not Likely

    Siena College Poll: Special 2016 Predictions and Resolutions Survey
    NY’ers Make 2016 Predictions: 65% Predict 1st Woman President; Most Say Trump Win Not Likely; ¾’s say Congress Working on their Behalf Unlikely
    Majority Expect Good Financial Year, More Say they will Get in Best Shape; Yankees vs. Mets Series not likely but a NY Team in the Super Bowl has a Shot
    Only a Third Will Make a New Year’s Resolution; Exercise, Diet, More Money and Being a Better Person Top the List Read More

  • 80% of NYers Say Young People are Likely to Graduate High School

    80% of NYers Say Young People are Likely to Graduate High School; Only 53% See College Diploma in Their Future
    Majority See Young People Having Access to Health Care, Living in a 2-Parent Home; Only 39 Percent See a Job with Opportunities as Likely

    Surprisingly High Number See Drugs & Alcohol, Having an Incarcerated Relative, & Being in a Gang in Cards for Many Young New Yorkers

    On Most Life Chances, Wide Gap Between Perceptions of White NYers and NYers of Color Read More

  • New York Has Gone to the Dogs

    New York Has Gone to the Dogs: 30% Currently Have a Dog, 20% a Cat; By 57 to 17% NY’ers are Dog rather than Cat People
    88% of Pet Owners Speak to them as if Human; ¾’s Allow on Couch; 62% Sleep with Pets (at least once in a while)
    Over a Third of Owners Spend More than $1000 a year on Furry Friends Read More