About EBRI Survey Partnerships

Survey Partners work with EBRI and Greenwald Research to design EBRI surveys; assess preliminary findings, analysis, and implications; and participate in survey communication activities.

For more information, contact EBRI's Member Relations Specialist at memberships@ebri.org.

Why become a Partner?

  • Obtain full survey results — available only to Partners!
  • Provide input into the new year's study and get your important survey questions answered.
  • Use results in marketing, presentations, and public relations.
  • Get specialized breakouts of key target markets.
  • Enjoy the marquee value of being featured in survey reports, webinars, articles, and events.

Retirement Confidence Survey

The longest-running survey of its kind, the Retirement Confidence Survey (RCS) assesses how American workers and retirees save, plan, and achieve financial security for retirement.

Workplace Wellness Survey

The EBRI/Greenwald Research Workplace Wellness Survey (WWS) examines attitudes toward benefits in the workplace.  It also examines a broad spectrum of financial wellbeing, employment-based health insurance, and retirement benefit issues.

Consumer Engagement in Health Care Survey

This survey provides reliable national data on the growth of high-deductible plans and their impact on behavior and attitudes of health care consumers across generations.

Financial Wellbeing Employer Survey

Conducted through the Financial Wellbeing Research Center, this survey provides important results on and insights into financial wellbeing program offerings. In addition, it provides thoughts around their provision, including the reasons for providing them, the focus of the programs, and the challenges in offering them.

Spending in Retirement Survey

Conducted through the Retirement Security Research Center, this survey queries individuals ages 62 to 75 about their spending habits and their situation at and during retirement.

Work With Us

Survey Partners work closely with EBRI and other Partners on survey design, sampling, questions, analysis, findings, and output.