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  1. PLP: Economic Conditions and Citizens’ Experiences and Perceptions Based on Recent Surveys of Anne Arundel County Residents By Dan Nataf Director, Center for the Study of Local Issues Anne Arundel Community College www2.aacc.edu/csli ddnataf@aacc.edu Sept. 13, 2013

  2. Center for the Study of Local Issues:Semi-annual survey • CSLI – Part of the Sarbanes Center for Public and Community Service • Surveys • Conducted each March and October • Student volunteers participate to learn social science research methods (engaged learning) and community service • Involves 70+/- students as telephone interviewers • Survey contents: • Benchmark questions on right/wrong direction, most important problem, the various economic issues, demographics • Variable questions on current policy choices and major events • 400-500 Anne Arundel County residents 18 or over

  3. County: Right or Wrong Direction? Spring ‘99 to Spring ‘13

  4. Right/Wrong Direction –County, State, Nation, Respondent

  5. Most Important Problem: Fall 2006 to Spring 2013 Economy continues drop as problem in March 2013

  6. Economic Conditions: County, Maryland, USA Percent saying “excellent” or “good”

  7. Cost of living indicators Housing affordability

  8. Other economic indicators

  9. Economic Conditions and Income

  10. Economic Conditions over the next 12 Months

  11. Retirement Planning/Age

  12. County Executive: Top Priority

  13. State and Local Issues: By Party (% favor)

  14. Presidential job approvalFall 2007 to Spring 2013 (% approving)

  15. Presidential Job Approval by Party RegistrationFall 2009 to Spring 2013

  16. Obama’s Top Priority