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

Arizonans Speak 2019 Methods

Methodology

Arizonans Speak 2019 Majority Agreement

Majority Agreement

Arizonans Speak Key Overall Findings (1 of 2)

Key Overall Findings
(1 of 2)

Arizonans Speak Poll 2019 Overall Key Findings (2 of 2)

Key Overall Findings
(2 of 2)

Arizonans Speak 2019 Rural Arizona Now Presentation

Perceptions from Arizonans in Rural Areas

 

Key Findings by Issue

Arizonans Speak Poll 2019 Key Findings Child Well-Being

Child Well-Being & Childcare

Arizonans Speak Poll 2019 Key Findings Climate

Climate & Environment

Arizonans Speak Poll 2019 Key Findings Economy

Economy

Arizonans Speak Poll 2019 Key Findings Education

Education

2019 Arizonans Speak Key Findings Gun Control

Gun Control

Arizonans Speak Poll 2019 Key Findings Housing

Housing

Arizonans Speak Poll 2019 Key Findings Immigration

Immigration

Arizonans Speak Poll 2019 Key Findings Politics

Politics

Arizonans Speak Poll 2019 Key Findings Water

Water

 

Differences in Perception

Arizonans Speak 2019 Differences by Age

Differences by Age

Differences by Gender Arizonans Speak 2019

Differences by Gender

Arizonans Speak 2019 Differences by Income

Differences by Income

Arizonans Speak 2019 Differences by Parental Status

Differences by Parental Status

Arizonans Speak 2019 Differences by Political Affiliation Page 1 of 2

Differences by Political Affiliation
(1 of 2)

Arizonans Speak 2019 Differences by Political Affiliation Page 2 of 2

Differences by Political Affiliation
(2 of 2)

 

Essays about Arizonans Speak 2019 Poll Findings

Melissa Kovacs

Research Director Essay: Perceptions Around Affordable Housing
Melissa Kovacs
Research Director,
Morrison Institute

Jackie Salit

Guest Essay: Perspectives Based on Political Affiliation
Jacqueline Salit
President,
Independent Voting

Chuck Katz

Guest Essay: Perspectives on Guns 
Charles Katz
Director,
ASU Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety

Lisa Urias

Guest Essay: Latino Arizonans’ Perspectives
Lisa Urias
CEO,
Urias Communications

Jim Rounds

Guest Essay: Perspectives on Economics and Education
Jim Rounds
President,
Rounds Consulting Group

Paul Perrault

Guest Essay: Education is an Investment, Poll Indicates
Paul Perrault
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.

Poll Data

The Excel file below contains the raw polling data. Instructions for how to use this file are on the first tab.