This report examines regional perceptions of political figures and political affiliation from the 2018 Life In Hampton Roads survey (LIHR 2018) conducted by the Old Dominion University Social Science Research Center. Data from prior years is also provided when available to show comparisons in responses over time. Responses were weighted by city population, race, age, gender, and phone usage (cell versus land-line) to be representative of the Hampton Roads region. For additional information on survey methodology, and analyses of other issues, please see the SSRC website at www.odu.edu/ssrc. The political climate is one factor in understanding attitudes on a variety of social and political issues. Respondents were asked an array of questions including party affiliation, political attitudes and voter registration. The 687 participants gave a wide variety of answers to these questions, but much of the data reflects response patterns seen in years past.
Social Science Research Center, Old Dominion University, "Life in Hampton Roads Survey Press Release #2: Politics, Social Issues, Perceptions of the Police" (2018). Life in Hampton Roads Survey Report. 44.
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