2020 National Sikh American Survey Launched by SALDEF

:datelined:SALDEF has launched the first-ever National Sikh American Survey. This survey will be critical in helping the organization tailor its programming to fit the needs of all Sikh Americans.

The survey captures details on demographics, political affiliation, opinions on social issues, personal experiences, and behaviors of the Sikh American community.

SALDEF is conducting the survey to develop a first of its kind dataset of the community that traces its roots in the United States to over 125 years. The survey dataset will provide an accurate profile of the Sikh community in the United States and serve as a resource for the Sikh community, research, education institutions, government, private, and the non-profit sector.

The data collected from the survey will also be used to create a report that will be given as a  resource for the Sikh community, researchers, educational institutions, government, private, and the non-profit sector. 

Taking this survey will not only help SALDEF, but it will also help the Sikh Community be able to advocate on the most critical topics affecting us today.  Let us know what is important to you, economic reform, immigration, school bullying, domestic abuse, the list goes on; your feedback is valuable in directing the platforms that will advocate for us all. 

The survey is open to Sikh Americans living in the United States who are over the age of 13 and responses and completely anonymous.

To find out more about the survey please go to https://saldef.org/national-sikh-survey/

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