The number of Long Islanders who are having difficulty meeting their monthly housing costs remains at an all-time high," added Professor Leonie Huddy, director of the Stony Brook University Center for Survey Research.
What does CSR stand for?
CSR stands for Center for Survey Research
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- Center for Scientific Review (formerly DRG, NIH)
- Center for Scientific Review (NIH)
- Center for Sex Research
- Center for Shark Research
- Center for Social Research
- Center for Software Reliability
- Center for Space Research (also seen as UTCSR; University of Texas at Austin)
- Center for Space Research (University of Texas at Austin)
- Center for Strategic Research
- Center for Superconductivity Research
- Central Serous Chorioretinopathy
- Central Serous Retinopathy
- Central Source Registry (US DoD)
- Central Station Remote (audio equipment; PreSonus)
- Central Sterilization Room
- Central Summary Record
- Central Supply Room
- Centre for Substances and Risk Assessment
- Centre Social Ribetà
- Centre Social Rural (French: Rural Social Center)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Virginia Tech's Center for Survey Research handled the mechanics of the survey, while Virginia Tech's Center for Geospatial Information Technology did the mapping.
Kennedy is the director for the Center for Survey Research at Indiana University in Bloomington.
She said the data, culled from surveys of 10,500 residents by the Center for Survey Research at the University of Massachusetts at Boston between January and the end of July, showed the state has succeeded in reducing the number of uninsured.
The Long Island Index 2007 and a study entitled "In a Tough Spot: Jobs, Taxes and Affordability on Long Island," done by the Rauch Foundation and conducted by Stony Brook University Center for Survey Research will be released tomorrow.
Survey results released by the University of Connecticut's Center for Survey Research & Analysis (CSRA) and presented at the 2006 Annual Scientific Meeting of NAASO, The Obesity Society, found that many adults are confused about the safety and regulation of dietary supplements for weight loss.
The poll's results show a shift in the public's attitude toward the treatment of drug abusers and the mentally ill compared with the late 1980s and early 1990s when residents were much tougher on crime, said Christopher Barnes, associate director of the university's Center for Survey Research and Analysis.
The survey was conducted for the Media Studies Center by the Center for Survey Research and Analysis at the University of Connecticut.