Welcome to the SSRS Opinion Panel

Your opinion is important, and we value what you have to say!

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As a member of the SSRS Opinion Panel, your opinion will be heard by business leaders, decision makers, news outlets and citizens across the country.


The panel has members from across the United States who are invited to join and participate in surveys.

We strive to give a voice to people of all ages, communities, backgrounds and lifestyles.

We ask about current events and things that impact your life

About once a month, we will ask you to do a survey on an important topic. Survey topics change each month and could include work, family, politics, religion, technology and more. We make every effort to keep the surveys brief.

An Exclusive Opportunity

Members of the SSRS Opinion Panel join by invitation only. You represent people just like yourself.

Your responses help shape products and services you use

Your opinion will be seen by business leaders and decision makers across many industries.

Get Paid

SSRS Opinion Panel members earn rewards for taking surveys.


We respect your privacy and will never share any of your personal information with anyone.

What SSRS Opinion Panel Members Are Saying

"I have enjoyed immensely reading and responding to SSRS surveys. The insightful questions help me to organize my thoughts on many important and urgent questions of our time. I believe my relationship with SSRS has helped to make me a better and more engaged citizen."

Andrew Newman  SSRS Opinion Panel Member

I truly appreciate the opportunity to share my opinions on the topics that effect everyday Americans, especially at a time when many feel that their voices aren't being heard. Thank you!

Kara LaSorsa SSRS Opinion Panel Member

SSRS Opinion Panel in the News

Fannie Mae conducted a consumer survey that uncovered opportunities to close knowledge gaps around mortgage

Today’s housing market is challenging for homebuyers, but the desire to own a home remains strong

Three-quarters of US voters say the Democratic Party would have a better shot at holding

Most voters think Democrats have a better chance of keeping White House if Biden isn’t the nominee

Registered voters who watched CNN’s presidential debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump largely think Trump outperformed Biden, according to a CNN

Majority of debate watchers say Trump outperformed Biden

A new Marquette Law School Poll survey of Wisconsin finds President Joe Biden and former

Marquette Law School Poll survey of Wisconsin finds Biden and Trump tied among registered voters

Our Clients

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