Release #2 of the SCA Census is available

The Census Committee of the Society for Creative Anachronism has announced the second release of data from the 2010 Census.

October, 2011

Greetings unto the Known World,

The Census Committee is proud to present the next releases of data from the SCA 2010 Census. The releases primarily focus on the questions around Peerage Options and Same Gender Consorts. There was a lot of data to analyze and we have aggregated the results in PowerPoint presentations with tables and charts, Excel spreadsheets, and Word documents of findings based on the data. These files can be found at  http://www.sca.org/scacensus2010.

The Census Committee was very aware of the focus and importance of these particular questions and took every means possible to create a statistically accurate representation of the data. The data was reviewed and analyzed from many different angles. We would like to thank all of the individuals who took the time to express their opinions as well as the volunteers who took time from their busy lives to assist in processing and analyzing the data.

The Census Committee will continue to process the remaining Census data over the coming quarters in order to provide more detailed analyses and actionable insights and recommendations for society and kingdom officers, as well for as the general populace, relating to other topics measured by this survey. Data and findings will be released as they are finalized; please check back on this page.
 
If you have any questions or comments, requests or suggestions for special or specific analyses or future surveys, offers to help, or feedback about the SCA 2010 Census please send them to  scacensus2010@sca.org.

Thank you,
Lisa Sawyer
(Ysabeau of Prague)
Chairman, SCA 2010 Census Committee

Vice Chair: Erik Langhans (Modius von Mergentheim)

Members:
John Rudin, Ph.D. (Robin of Gilwell)
Dave Majors (Dafydd Blaidd)
Max Nelson (Max von Halstern)
Julia Smith, Ph.D. (Juliana de Luna)
Mark Waks (Justin du Coeur)
Sarah Lash, Ph.D. (Sibyl Sevenoke)
Lew Wolkoff (Eleazar ha-Levi)
Kay Mead (Jutta van der Bruegghen)
Rob Bolin (Adair MacDermid)
Neil Perrie (Will of Okewaite)
Daniel Fenwick (Daniel de Blare)
Mildred Savidge (Jaquelinne Sauvageon)
Ward Ballard (Bertrand d'Avignon)
Wendy Erisman, Ph.D. (Gwenllian ferch Maredudd)
Benjamin M. White (Connor MacGillivray)
Josh Handel (Martin Malone)
Kate Daniel (Maimuna al-Bukhariyya)
Mike Squires (Alan Culross)

Board Ombudsman: Denise Hundley (Denise Duvalier)