Document Type

Report

Publication Date

10-4-2010

Abstract

What does it mean to live in the Intermountain West today? What issues are most and least important to the region’s residents? Do Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, and Utah have a collective identity or are state-level differences too great? Is there an identifiable Intermountain West personality? Today we will present the results of a unique survey that attempts to answer these questions.

Keywords

Political parties – public opinion; Politicans – Public opinion; Public administration – Public opinion; Public opinion polls ; Telephone surveys; West(U.S.)

Disciplines

American Politics | Business | Economic Policy | Education | Education Policy | Energy Policy | Environmental Policy | Health Policy | Public Affairs | Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration | Public Policy | Regional Sociology | Social Policy

Language

English

Comments

Supplemental file consists of 31 PowerPoint slides which present the survey results in bar-graph format.