The Kinder Houston Area Survey, now in its 35th year, shows us who we are as a region – and where we’re going. No other metropolitan region in the country has been the focus of a research program of this scope. The survey’s findings reveal how Houston is a harbinger of many of the changes facing urban areas across the country.
Agree or Disagree: 35 Years of Questions With the Kinder Institute's Stephen Klineberg from Kinder Institute on Vimeo.
The Urban Edge explores the reasons behind the trends in this year's survey.
Greater Houston is Becoming Increasingly Democratic, and Other Highlights From Our 2016 Survey
Most Houstonians Support an Equal Rights Ordinance, Survey Finds. So Why'd They Vote Against It?
Oil Prices Are Low. So Why Are Houstonians Optimistic About the Economy?
Houston Policymakers – and Residents – Giving Criminal Justice Reform a Boost
In Houston, the Land of Megachurches, Religious Service Attendance Declines
Half of Houstonians Want to Live in Walkable Communities