Oregon Values and Beliefs Center Findings: Right Track or Wrong Direction, Prioritizing Challenges, and Environmental Protections

Published on June 3, 2021

Is Oregon headed in the right direction or on the wrong track, which challenges are most important for leaders to address, and where do Oregonians stand on environmental protections?

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Survey: Most Oregonians concerned about water management

Published on August 3, 2021

Seven out of 10 Oregonians are concerned about how the state’s groundwater and surface water are being managed.

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Survey: Conservatives far more likely to decline COVID-19 vaccine

Published on July 30, 2021

COVID-19 vaccination rates drop significantly outside of the Portland metro area, according to results of an Oregon Values and Beliefs Center survey.

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Our opinion: Post-pandemic, let’s keep virtual testimony before Oregon’s lawmakers

Published on July 28, 2021

Allowing people to testify from afar makes it easier for those in rural and coastal Oregon to fully take part.

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Survey shows plurality of Oregonians against ‘Greater Idaho’

Published on July 22, 2021

Survey shows most Oregonians oppose ‘moving the border’

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The Effort to Recall Ted Wheeler Kicked Off Last Week. How’s It Going?

Published on July 21, 2021

Trying to read the tea leaves on the city’s mood as signature gathering gets underway.

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Survey: Oregonians not in favor of Greater Idaho

Published on July 21, 2021

More Oregonians oppose the idea of losing parts of the state to Idaho than support it.

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Poll: 1 in 5 say Black Lives Matter movement good for Oregon

Published on July 12, 2021

Oregon Values and Beliefs Center finds roughly 30% of Oregonians think the social justice push had good and bad elements.

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Pandemic changed the way Oregonians feel about work

Published on July 8, 2021

Employees who were able to work from home and had more flexible schedules during the pandemic said they are more satisfied with their jobs, according to an online survey by the Oregon Values and Beliefs Center.

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Oregonians say schools should fund mental health services with their federal relief cash: poll

Published on June 7, 2021

A majority of Oregonians say the state’s public schools should use their share of federal pandemic assistance funds to boost mental health supports, particularly for Black, Indigenous and other students of color and those from low-income households.

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