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  1. Elephants Club Presentation Results of March 4-7, 2013 Survey of Anne Arundel County Residents By Dan Nataf, Ph.D. Director, Center for the Study of Local Issues Anne Arundel Community College www2.aacc.edu/csli ddnataf@aacc.edu April 25, 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 economy • Variable questions on current policy choices and major events • 420 Anne Arundel County residents in March, 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

  7. Cost of living indicators Housing affordability

  8. Other economic indicators

  9. Economic Conditions over the next 12 Months

  10. Retirement Planning/Age

  11. Method of Emergency Communications: %Favor, Works Best

  12. County Executive: Top Priority

  13. State and Local Issues

  14. State and Local Issues: By Party

  15. Presidential job approvalFall 2007 to Spring 2013

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

  17. Obama’s Top Priority

  18. Trust in Political Parties