BeHeard Baltimore

Join BeHEARD Baltimore™ and give voice to your opinions about important policy issues and current events.

What is BeHEARD Baltimore™BeHEARD Baltimore is a citizen engagement project of the Schaefer Center for Public Policy at the University of Baltimore  College of Public Affairs that provides opportunities for Baltimore residents to share their opinions with policy makers about important policy issues and current events by completing BeHEARD Baltimore™ surveys.

How to Join
Joining is easy. Click on the Join button and complete the sign-up questionnaire.

You will then be part of the BeHEARD Baltimore panel and will receive an email link to our current survey.  An email address is required to join the BeHEARD Baltimore Panel.

How to BeHEARD
Participation is easy. Unlike traditional telephone polls, which require participants to complete surveys on the interviewers’ schedule, the BeHEARD Baltimore poll allows participants to complete surveys at a time and location convenient for them. Panel members can complete surveys on their personal computer, tablet, or smartphone. Panelists can also participate using computers available at their local library.

BeHEARD panel members will receive email invitations to complete surveys every few weeks about current events, policy issues, or breaking news.  Polls will generally be open for 1 week. Polls on breaking news may only be open for one day.

Participation is Voluntary
Participation in the BeHEARD Baltimore poll is voluntary although sign up is required. Participants may choose to leave the panel at any time.

Participation is Confidential
As a university-based polling center, we protect your confidentiality. Participant responses are never linked to their identity and all responses are reported in the aggregate. We do not share, sell, or rent our participants’ contact information.

BeHEARD Baltimore™ is a project of the Schaefer Center for Public Policy at the University of Baltimore College of Public Affairs.

BeHEARD Baltimore™ is owned by the University of Baltimore.