April, 2018 Edge Research recently partnered with the Blackbaud Institute on The Next Generation of American Giving. Last published in 2013, this study reveals multichannel preferences and charitable habits of Millennials, Generation X, Baby Boomers, Matures, and includes a first look at the charitable perspective of up-and-coming Generation Z. Read the Whitepaper
Below are examples of media coverage for clients, including the results of surveys they commissioned with Edge.
May, 2017 On behalf of Advance CTE, Edge conducted focus groups and a national survey to explore the attitudes of parents and students currently involved in Career Technical Education (CTE), as well as prospective parents and students, to better understand the value and opportunity of CTE. Read More
April, 2017 What do professional association members look for when it comes to professional development and continuing education? Edge Research partnered with Abila to answer this question and more in a report which explores the values and opinions of professional association members are leadership. Read More
April 2017 Edge recently collaborated with Science Counts to explore public sentiment towards science and federal funding for scientific research. Click below for information on the state of science in America today and the role federally funded scientific research plays in the U.S. economy and in creating a better tomorrow. Read More
Edge recently collaborated with the Wallace Foundation to explore the linguistic landscape of terms used to describe non-academic skills, otherwise known as social and emotional learning. Click below to read more about this research and to view slides from our recent webinar presentation. Read More
December, 2016 Edge recently contributed to research exploring the reasons behind the rise of populism and divisive ideology in American politics and potential messaging that can help bridge these divides. Read More
November, 2016 Edge collaborated with the National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship (NCCS) on research designed to understand patient and provider attitudes, values and behaviors regarding communication and shared decision-making. Findings from the research were detailed in an article published in the American Journal of Managed Care’s Evidence-Based Oncology series. Read the Article