Recent News Releases
January 22, 2015
Virginians think McDonnell was a good governor but should serve time. Opinions are divided on Michael Brown and Eric Garner cases.
RC Poll: Virginians support ethics reforms; split on Medicaid expansion; Favor protecting gun ownership but support expanded background checks
January 20, 2015
Virginians were asked their opinions on a variety of issues before the Virginia General Assembly.
RC Poll: Gillespie closes gap, but Warner still has significant lead in Senate race; Voters' views on Puckett-gate, Ebola, and ISIS
October 28, 2014
A plurality of poll respondents named an economic issue as the most important problem facing the country.
September 24, 2014
Virginia Senator Mark Warner has the highest favorable ratings of any statewide elected official.
RC Poll: Virginians split on Medicaid expansion, but oppose unilateral action; think McDonnell acted wrongly
July 24, 2014
More than half of Virginians polled think former Gov. Bob McDonnell did something wrong in his interactions with the CEO of Star Scientific. McDonnell's trial begins next week. Also, Virginians are divided on Medicaid Expansion.
RC Poll: Warner lead Gillespie in Senate race; Clinton keeps edge over possible 2016 Republican rivals; Obama approval down
July 23, 2014
Mark Warner holds 25 point lead over Ed Gillespie. In possible presidential matchups, Hillary Clinton leads three main Republican candidates. President Obama's approval rating down but Congress is lower.
March 5, 2014
Although Virginians support a hypothetical national law legalizing same-sex marriage in every state (54%-40%), they are split regarding Attorney General Mark Herring's decision to side with the plaintiffs on the legal challenge to Virginia's prohibition of gay marriage.
March 4, 2014
Voters in NJ, NY & Va in favor of same-sex marriage, national gun registry, Keystone Pipeline, minimum wage hike, and medical marijuana. States mixed on Obamacare, unemployment extension. Cuomo Stronger in NY than Christie in NJ or McAuliffe in Va.
Virginians strongly support mental health and ethics reforms, but are divided on Medicaid expansion. Warner leads Gillespie in possible Senate race.