The CRI conducts periodic regional and statewide polls in Ohio designed to collect perception and opinion data from residents concerning political preferences, voting choices during election cycles, and quality of life measures. Statewide polls are conducted using Qualtrics webpanels of respondents stratified by age, gender, and representing the five regions of Ohio.

An annual statewide Ohio poll is designed and analyzed by BW students participating in the POL 241/441X: Public Interest Research course. Data from these polls are reported across the state and nationally by such media entities as, ideastream, WKSU, WEWS News5, The Toledo Blade, The Columbus Dispatch and The Cincinnati Enquirer.

Latest Poll

Ohio 2020 Opinion Poll April 2020 

Statewide Polls

Ohio 2019 Opinion Poll March 2019

Ohio 2018 Election Polls: Late October 2018 | Early October 2018 | September 2018

Ohio 2018 Primary Election Poll: Spring 2018

Poll on Gun Laws: February-March 2018

Regional Polls

Cleveland resident survey - Spring 2021 phone survey studying perceptions of school choices and recognition and preference in Mayoral race: Data Report News Release

"Battleground Cuyahoga" Election Polls: October 2016 | September 2016

Quality of Life Survey: March 2016 | October 2015