High Propensity Voter Opinions on Incarceration Issues: An AFSC Arizona Attitudes Survey, 2013

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American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) of Arizona commissioned GlobaLocal Visions, LLC, to conduct a statistically-representative telephone survey of likely voters living in Arizona.

The survey focused on understanding perceptions of funding priorities in Arizona, attitudes toward imprisonment and its alternatives, levels of support for privatization of public services, and preferences for public control or private control of Arizona prisons.

The survey was conducted between April 4 and April 15, 2013, using standards established by the American Association of Public Opinion Research.

Created Date: 
May 9, 2013

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