The following institution can be paid to conduct a political survey. The results of the survey will help to create the party platform.
Many universities have political and social research branches that conduct surveys. Below is a partial list.
- University of Connecticut, the Roper Center
- University of North Carolina, Odum Institute for Research in Social Science
- Marist University, Marist Institute for Public Opinion
- Syracuse University, Campbell Public Affairs Institute
- Quinnipiac University, Polling Institute
- Cornell University, Survey Research Institute
- University of Wisconsin, Survey Center
- University of Oregon, Oregon Survey Research Lab
All major issues of the day will be surveyed to gather the opinion of voters. Empirical evidence collected from the survey responses will serve as the basis of the Party platform. Multiple issues can be brought to light from the survey results. A variety of topics will be touched on such as:
- Health Care
- Social Security
- Foreign Policy
- Social Issues