Public Opinion Research

Transportation provides essential access in our region – to medical care, employment, education, community services, and more. That’s why MetroPlan Orlando uses public opinion research to understand the needs of those who travel in Orange, Osceola, and Seminole counties.


Our latest public opinion research survey closed May 23. Thank you to everyone who took the survey.

Results will be available later this summer and will be presented to the MetroPlan Orlando Board and advisory committees, partner agencies, and the public. The survey report and key findings will also be posted to this page. Sign up for our email transportation updates in the footer of this webpage and we’ll send you an email with survey results so you can see what your neighbors are saying about transportation in Central Florida.

The 2021 Regional Transportation Survey was a chance to speak out on a number of topics, including transportation challenges, technology, and safety. It will help us learn more about the region’s needs, so we can determine how to best accommodate everyone. The survey results will give us insight into how we can use technology to support our goals and better target our education and outreach efforts.

Questions? Contact Us

If you have questions about our transportation survey, please contact Cynthia Lambert, MetroPlan Orlando public information manager, at Our research is being conducted in association with Summit Survey Research.

past public opinion surveys

The 2015 public opinion research survey was conducted in partnership with the UCF Institute for Social & Behavioral Sciences. Unlike its predecessors, the 2015 survey used innovative methodology including 383 face-to-face iPad surveys in the community, an internet panel of 460 pre-screened online respondents who reflected a true probability sample for the region, and 108 computer-assisted telephone interviews with residents of Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties. In addition, we recruited 455 volunteers via the MetroPlan Orlando website and social media to take the survey online. Find out more by checking out the infographic and reading the reports:

2015 Public Opinion Research: 8 Things to Know Infographic

Public Opinion Research Report 2015

Public Opinion Research Report 2015; Statistical Supplement

public opinion Research Archive

Visit our archive to view public opinion research reports from previous years.

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