Keith Neuman is Executive Director of the Environics Institute for Survey Research, a non-profit research organization whose mission is to promote public opinion and social research on important issues of public policy and social change. In this role, he has directed landmark studies focusing on under-researched segments of the Canadian population (e.g., Aboriginal peoples, Muslims, Blacks), as well as broader public opinion studies on such topics as citizenship, democracy, climate change and multiculturalism.
Since the 1980s, Keith has conducted a wide range of public opinion and social research projects for public, private and non-profit sector organizations, providing leading-edge public opinion research in such areas as energy and environment, natural resources, health care, municipal services, justice, transportation, social policy and Aboriginal issues.
Keith holds a Ph.D. in Social Ecology from the University of California, and holds the credential of Certified Marketing Research Professional (CMRP). He is a frequent media commentator on social trends and public opinion.