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2017 Q3 Virginia Consumer Sentiment and Real Estate Reports Released

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Virginia Consumer Sentiment by Party (red=republican, blue=democrat, dashed line=historical average)

The Roanoke College IPOR released both the Consumer Sentiment and Real Estate reports for the third quarter of 2017. Both are positive for the Commonwealth. The party split for sentiment persists with those affilicated with the Republican party being more optimistic (see graph above.)

You can read the reports using the links below:

Consumer Sentiment

Real Estate

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