Welcome to the Resident Power Survey Data Dashboard
About the Resident Power Survey
Resident power is a key driver of change, but does involvement in Building Healthy Communities, Long Beach (BHCLB) contribute to leadership development? To answer this question, the Center for Health Equity Research at California State University, Long Beach developed the Resident Power Survey in collaboration with BHCLB staff and partners as part of the evaluation of the initiative.
Methods The survey was administered in 2013, 2015, and 2018 to residents involved in BHC Long Beach directly by working on one of its many campaigns, or indirectly through their involvement with a partner organization. Surveys were available in three languages: English, Spanish, and Khmer. A total of 420 surveys were collected across the three waves of data collection.
How to use the Resident Power Survey Data Dashboard
The Data Dashboard allows you to explore data from the Resident Power Survey for use in reports, presentations, or grant proposals. Unless otherwise indicated, data are presented for all three waves of data collection combined.
You can find out how the entire sample of survey participants responded to specific questions. You can also compare responses by key demographic characteristics, such as age and gender.
A few things to consider before you begin
Not everyone responded to every survey question, so note the number of participants included in the data. The sample size is included in all tables and graphs.
Lastly, please include the following citation when using data from the Data Dashboard in all work, replacing the internet URL with the full URL you retrieved: California State University Long Beach, Center for Health Equity Research. (2018) Resident Power Survey [Data File]. Retrieved from https://sites.csulb.edu/HealthEquity/data-portal/resident-power