DHM OVBC Panel July Survey Results August 13, 2020 COVID-19 is creating complex challenges for schools in Oregon and across the country, from physical safety to the effectiveness of remote learning. Due to the economic impacts of COVID-19, many school districts may also be faced with financial problems. The decline of state and local revenue […]
DHM OVBC Panel July Survey Results July 31, 2020 On May 25, 2020, George Floyd, a 46-year old Black man, was killed in Minneapolis, Minnesota, by a police officer and has since spread a call for action across the country to end to racial inequality and police brutality. People across the globe continue to support […]
Oregon is in the middle of a drought. Most Oregonians may not realize this as their attention has been largely focused on COVID-19. We are curious to know how aware Oregonians are of Oregon’s water issues and their perceptions for Oregon’s environmental challenges in the future. These findings come from the fielding of the monthly […]
In response to COVID-19 and the shelter-in-place order, Oregonians’ travel and transportation habits were forced to change. We are curious to know how Oregonians adapted their habits, what their current outlook is, and their expectations for the future. These findings come from the fielding of the monthly DHM-OVBC Oregon Values and Beliefs Panel Survey. The […]
Are Environmentally Sustainable Changes Here to Stay? A Complicated Picture of the Spillover from COVID-19
As a result of COVID-19, Oregonians have been forced to change how they live. A positive outcome of this has been a transition to more environmentally sustainable behavior. We are curious to know how Oregonians view these changes in behavior and their expectations regarding environmentally sustainable behavior in the future. These findings come from the […]
DHM Research is pleased to share results of our latest COVID-19 survey. This is the second of two data releases for this survey. Key findings in today’s release include: 43% of Oregonians now say the state is headed in the right direction while 38% feel that it off on the wrong track. The right direction […]
63% of Oregonians rate the state’s economic conditions as poor or very poor. This is up from 55% in March. Although Oregonians are growing more concerned about the state of the economy, they have become less worried about their own personal financial situations. Now, 49% say that they are somewhat or very worried about their […]
DHM Research conducted its second survey of Oregonians about COVID-19. This survey focuses on their opinions about when it will be safe to return to normal activities and the criteria people will use when making that decision. This is the second of three data releases from this survey. Key findings in today’s release include: Oregonians […]
DHM Research conducted its second survey of Oregonians about COVID-19. This is the third of three data releases from this survey. Key findings in today’s release include: Releasing people from jails and prisons Oregonians strongly oppose (68% oppose) a general release of people from jails and prisons to meet COVID-19 social distancing guidelines. A majority […]
Oregonians oppose releasing people from jails and prisons to meet COVID-19 social distancing guidelines.
3 in 10 Oregonians have had treatment for an important health need delayed.
Created: 14 November 2019 | Written by Oregon Capital Insider The idea is to create something akin to the nonpartisan Pew Research Center—which conducts rafts of authoritative research on Americans’ opinions—but for Oregon. Adam Davis, the co-founder of DHM Research in Portland, says he’s passionate about opinion research. The longtime pollster, now working in an […]
Results indicate a path forward in a politically divisive time A two-year study conducted by a Eugene nonprofit concludes that regardless of political orientation, Oregonians can find common ground on key health care and environmental policies – two of the most divisive issues in today’s policy debates. The study also finds that Oregonians are less […]
White nationalism has surged into the headlines in recent years. From debates about the appropriate role of social media platforms in regulating white nationalist messages online, to the tragic events of the Unite the Right March in Charlottesville, the issue has garnered international attention. With this attention has come disagreement about the severity of the […]
Opinion research in Oregon has found in many parts of the state palpable concern about the effects of population growth, including the lack of affordable housing and increased traffic congestion. Oregonians in surveys and focus groups have commented on the changes they see in Seattle and California’s Bay Area and they fear similar growth in […]