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The Public’s Perceptions and Experiences with the Economy in Anne Arundel County. By Dan Nataf , Ph.D. Director, Center for the Study of Local Issues Anne Arundel Community College Feb. 8, 2012 www2.aacc.edu/csli. Overview of Survey Process.

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the public s perceptions and experiences with the economy in anne arundel county

The Public’s Perceptions and Experiences with the Economy in Anne Arundel County

By Dan Nataf, Ph.D.

Director, Center for the Study of Local Issues

Anne Arundel Community College

Feb. 8, 2012

www2.aacc.edu/csli

overview of survey process
Overview of Survey Process
  • CSLI – Part of Sarbanes Center for Public and Community Service at Anne Arundel Community College
  • Operating since 1978
  • Mission: Provide students opportunities for engaged learning, community outreach
  • Main activity – public interest surveys
    • Respondents randomly chosen from universe of listed telephone numbers combined with computer generated numbers
    • Typical sample size: 400-900 respondents; students introduced to survey methods, used as interviewers, review findings
    • Topics – wide ranging, economy, transportation, land use/growth, taxes/spending, schools…
          • Last survey – Oct. 10-13, 2011 – focus of most of this presentation
          • 487completed surveys
          • Press releases available online.
  • since 1978

www2.aacc.edu/csli

aa county polling results rate the economy
AA County Polling Results: Rate the Economy

Percentage saying “excellent” or “good” since March 2009

influences on perceptions of economic conditions by circumstances
Influences on Perceptions of Economic Conditions by Circumstances

Percentage saying “Excellent/Good” for County, State, USA by Variance from Overall Percentage by: Low income, received an increase in income lately, possibility of losing job, found job lately

increased income improves outcomes more than finding a job
Increased income improves outcomes…more than finding a job

Percentage citing a condition applies vs. average

Lower is “better”

higher income fewer economic problems
Higher income=fewer economic problems

Percentage citing a condition applies vs. average

Lower is “better”

Lower income=0 to $75k; higher income=more than $75k

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Support for Proposals meant to Replenish

Maryland’s Transportation Trust Fund

Fall 2011

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