| This fourteenth report of the Orange
County Annual Survey, UCI, identifies and analyzes the top concerns of
Orange County residents, including the financial crisis, the economy and
crime. In addition, we examine Orange County trends at mid-decade. The
1995 survey was conducted August 18-27 and included random telephone interviews
with 1,001 Orange County adult residents. The margin of sampling error
is +/- 3% at the 95% confidence level.
To provide decision-makers in the private and public sectors with valid and current information on Orange County adult residents.
To track shifts in important attitudes and
To study the social, economic, and political issues of Orange County from a non-advocacy position.
To help establish public discussion and enlightened debate in furthering public policy
Mark Baldassare and Cheryl Katz