The Committee of 100 (C100) and Columbia University have jointly developed and launched a comprehensive survey dedicated to capturing the State of Chinese Americans, and your participation and sharing of the survey is needed.
The two organizations are focused on addressing a significant data gap on the issues that impact the nearly 6 million Chinese Americans across the U.S. The multi-layered survey will explore the demographic, economic, health, and sociopolitical situations that Chinese Americans deal with on an everyday basis. Once the survey is completed and the data results are announced, that information can then be used by national, regional, and local communities to showcase the specific issues that Chinese Americans care about to help shape policies, programs, and services.
All adults self-identifying of Chinese-ethnic origin and living in the United States are encouraged to take the survey and to share the survey links widely throughout their network and the Chinese American community. The more voices included in this research, the more helpful and impactful the results will be. All responses will be anonymous. The research is carried out by researchers of the Committee of 100 and the China Center for Social Policy at Columbia University School of Social Work.
This nationwide survey is available here in English, simplified Chinese, and traditional Chinese.
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