Vol. 1: What’s New for the 2022 EAVS
This newsletter provides details on how the EAVS questions and survey procedures have changed since 2020, including changes to the data review process, changes to the 2022 EAVS questions, an updated Guide to the Election Administration and Voting Survey, and changes that the EAC plans to make to Section A of the survey for 2024.
Vol. 2: Using the Policy Survey to Validate 2022 EAVS Data
Your state’s Policy Survey submission provides important context to your EAVS data, and your 2022 EAVS data collection templates will feature custom validations to ensure your EAVS data aligns with your Policy Survey responses. This newsletter outlines how those validations will help reduce survey response burden and assist you in submitting more accurate EAVS data.
EAVS 2020-22 Crosswalk
This crosswalk documents the changes that have been made to the EAVS questions between 2020 and 2022. For each section of the survey, this crosswalk details the EAVS question, question description, the column of the Excel template the question appeared in for 2020, the column of the Excel template the question appeared in for 2022, and any changes to the question numbering, Excel template column, and question wording. States and jurisdictions that use database queries to compile their EAVS data may use this file to help prepare their 2022 data submissions.
EAVS Policy Guide
A Guide to the Election Administration and Voting Survey
This document provides information to election officials responsible for completing the EAVS and Policy Survey. It outlines what data are collected, the process and timeline for data submissions, how the EAC reports the results of the data, how updates to EAVS data sets are released to the public, and how the EAC makes changes to the survey questions.
Planned Changes to Section A of the 2024 EAVS
Planned Changes to 2024 EAVS Section A
This document provides information about changes the EAC plans to make to Section A of the EAVS beginning in 2024. While these changes will not affect the data that states and territories submit for 2022, the EAC wishes to provide ample time for election officials to prepare to provide this data in the future. This document can be shared with data vendors, IT staff, local election officials, and others who will be involved in providing voter registration data for the 2024 EAVS.