July 14, 2024

Virginians Closely Divided Over 2023 Legislative Elections in Statewide Survey

Virginians are nearly evenly divided in their preferences for the upcoming legislative elections, with 40 percent favoring Democratic Party majorities in the House of Delegates and the Senate of Virginia next year, while 37 percent said they wanted Republican legislative majorities, according to a new statewide survey from the Center for Leadership and Media Studies at the University of Mary Washington. Among the subset of likely voters, 42 percent said they would like to see the Democrats in charge and 42 percent said they favor Republican control. Read more. Read this year's first survey results story: Statewide Survey Shows Largely Positive Mars for Virginia's Public Schools  

Statewide Survey Shows Public Schools Continue to be Top of Mind for Voters 

Virginians give their local public-school districts generally good marks when it comes both to educating children and providing a safe environment, according to this year’s statewide survey from the Center for Leadership and Media Studies at the University of Mary Washington. Asked to evaluate how well their local K-12 public schools educate children, 36 percent […]

Virginians Closely Divided Over 2023 Legislative Elections in Statewide Survey

Virginians are nearly evenly divided in their preferences for the upcoming legislative elections, with 40 percent favoring Democratic Party majorities in the House of Delegates and the Senate of Virginia next year, while 37 percent said they wanted Republican legislative majorities, according to a new statewide survey from the Center for Leadership and Media Studies […]