Va. Consumer Sentiment & Real Estate Polls

Virginia Consumer Sentiment Polls

The Roanoke College Poll conducts Consumer Sentiment polls quarterly. The indexes of consumer sentiment in Virginia are shown in the following table.

Virginia Consumer Sentiment Index Values

       VAICC     VAICE   

  VAICS   

Nov. 2017   97   84   90
Aug. 2017   96   84   89
May 2017   98   86   90
Feb. 2017   100   89   93
Nov. 2016   98   93   95

Aug. 2016

 107   93   98

May 2016

  97   85   90

Feb. 2016

  97   81   87

Nov. 2015

  95   85   89
Aug. 2015   98   86   90
May 2015     95   87   90
Feb. 2015   95   87   90
Nov. 2014   91   83   86
Aug. 2014   92   83   86
May. 2014   84   85   85
Feb. 2014   84   82   83
Nov. 2013   80   74   76
Aug. 2013   89   83   85
May. 2013   84   79   81
Feb. 2013   76   73   75
Nov. 2012   82   79   81
Feb. 2012   82   87   83
Nov. 2011   64   76   70

VAICC=Index of Current Conditions,  VAICE=Index of Consumer Expectations,   VAICS=Index of Consumer Sentiment

 

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Virginia Polls on Consumer Sentiment and Inflation Expectations & Real Estate

RC Poll: Current Real Estate Markets Strong as Inventories Remain Low

The Virginia Real Estate Indexes are mixed. The index for current real estate conditions rebounded from a six-month drop and finished close to its historical record from May 2017, while the index for the future real estate conditions remained strong, but fell from last quarter.

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RC Poll: Consumer Sentiment close to historic record high

Consumer sentiment in February was close to historic record high despite stock market turmoil and legislation such as the tax reform bill and the budget deal. 

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RC Poll: Real Estate Markets Continue Retreat, Inventories Continue to Fall

The Virginia Real Estate Indexes continued a six-month retreat from their record high of the second quarter, but remain well above the historical average. Home prices are higher than their historical average in all major metro areas across the Commonwealth.

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RC Poll: Consumer Sentiment reverses year long slide

Sentiment concerning current conditions and expectations of improved household finances suggest a strong holiday season for retailers and other industries in the final quarter of 2017.

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