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:
The November Consumer Sentiment and Inflation Expectations report for the Commonwealth was released today by Roanoke College’s IPOR.
The outlook for the Commonwealth is good heading into the holiday season. You can read the full report here.
US data downloaded from FRED 11/17/2014; blue line is US Consumer Sentiment; black line is a two year moving average; orange bars are VA Consumer Sentiment
Consumer sentiment in Virginia hit the highest mark since the first measurement was released in November of 2011. To read the report, click here.
VA Consumer Sentiment in orange, US Consumer Sentiment in blue, 2-period moving average of US measure in black
The third Virginia Real Estate Index was released today by Roanoke College’s IPOR.
Above are the current (now vs. last year) opinions of sellers and buyers in each region. A value of zero suggests that an equal number of respondents are optimistic as pessimistic. The black link indicates a thriving market.
Read the release here.
The latest Consumer Sentiment and Inflation Expectations in Virginia report is out from the Roanoke College Institute for Policy and Opinion Research. You can read the report here.
The author, Dr. Alice Kassens, will present the results in the plenary session of the 2014 VAE meeting in Salem, VA on March 20th.
US data downloaded from FRED 2/17/2014; blue line is US Consumer Sentiment;
black line is a two year moving average; orange bars are VA Consumer Sentiment