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How to Reach NRC and Get Started with a Survey

November 11, 2016
How to Reach NRC and Get Started with a Survey

-NRC Q & A-

You are ready to incorporate your citizens’ opinions into your community’s future plans, but where to begin? National Research Center, Inc. (NRC) Office Manager Katie Zoss tells the best ways to contact NRC and get your survey started.


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You’re in the right place

Our website is a great place to begin learning about NRC’s services . Here, you will find our flagship assessment tools:  The National Citizen Survey™ (The NCS™), The National Employee Survey™ (The NES™), The National Business Survey™ (The NBS™) and The Community Assessment for Older Adults™ (CASOA™).  Each of these provide meaningful results that can be compared to similar communities across the U.S.

Contact us

There are several ways you can contact NRC to get started with a survey. Email us at NRC@n-r-c.com or call us at (303) 444-7863. You can even send us a message on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.

We’ll take it from there

We have a full team of research experts ready to assist you from start to finish. Our survey professionals have years of experience and education in social science and research, and are committed to providing useful data for positive change in your community.

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National Research Center, Inc. (NRC) is a leading full-service survey research and evaluation firm focusing on the information requirements of the public sector, including local governments, health care providers, foundations and non-profit organizations.  Visit our home on the Web at www.n-r-c.com.  Check out our media page for more news, tips and human-interest stories from NRC.

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