Arizonans Speak 2019 is a census-balanced poll of Arizonans, regardless of their voter registration status. Morrison Institute fielded this poll in order to elevate the perspectives of all Arizonans to inform policy discourse and decision making.
The methodology, Morrison Institute analysis, codebook and polling data are available below.
|Methods and Key Findings|
|Key Findings by Issue|
|Differences in Perception|
|Hispanics Arizona Now|
Essays about Arizonans Speak 2019 Poll Findings
|Research Director Essay: Perceptions Around Affordable Housing|
|Policy Analyst Essay: Perspectives on Child Welfare|
|Policy Analyst Essay: Perceptions of Immigration|
David Schlinkert, Policy Analyst
and Kira Olsen-Medina, Research Assistant,
Guest Essay: Perspectives Based on Political Affiliation
|Guest Essay: Perspectives on Guns |
ASU Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety
|Guest Essay: Latino Arizonans’ Perspectives|
|Guest Essay: Perspectives on Economics and Education|
Rounds Consulting Group
|Guest Essay: Education is an Investment, Poll Indicates|
VP and Director of Research and Evaluation, Helios Education Foundation
Survey Questions (Codebook for Analysis)
This document contains all of the questions asked in the Arizonans Speak 2019 poll. This document serves as the codebook for analyzing the raw poll results, which are available below.
The Excel file below contains the raw polling data. Instructions for how to use this file are on the first tab.