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=Index of Current Conditions, VAICE=Index of Consumer Expectations, VAICS=Index of Consumer Sentiment
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Virginia Consumer Sentiment Polls
IPOR is out with the quarterly look at how Virginians feel about the economy. Consumer sentiment has stalled despite inflation moderation and labor market stability.
Roanoke College's Institute for Policy and Opinion Research looks at holiday spending plans for Virginians. Inflation has slowed but that doesn't necessarily mean Virginians will be spending more.
IPOR is out with the quarterly look at how Virginians feel about the economy. Consumer sentiment has stalled, and high price levels are frustrating Virginians. Unemployment rates remain low with 2.5 job openings for every unemployed person.
Consumer sentiment in Virginia continues to trend upward behind ebbing inflation and strong labor markets. Roanoke College's Institute for Policy and Opinion Research has all the details.
IPOR's latest survey says consumer sentiment in Virginia is up, buoyed by slowing inflation rates and robust labor market.
Although Virginia consumers remain anxious about inflation heading into the holiday shopping season many are optimistic that the coming years will bring better economic conditions.
Each year, Roanoke College's Institute for Policy and Opinion Research conducts a Holiday Spending Report. This year, holiday spending is likely to increase in part because of rising prices.
Consumer sentiment rebounds, fueled by slowing price growth, according to the latest Roanoke College Poll.
The Virginia Index of Consumer Sentiment continued to slide, hitting a second consecutive low. Rising prices are to blame.