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Chamber Polling & Surveys

Polling and Surveys

The Detroit Regional Chamber is a premier source of business-focused research and data.

To capture the latest sentiments of the regional and statewide business community and better understand its members’ needs, the Chamber regularly conducts polls and surveys on top issues.

Since 2020, the Chamber has partnered with Glengariff Group Inc. to conduct recurring polls of registered Michigan voters on timely economic issues like inflation, COVID-19’s impact on business, political sentiment, among others. Additional past studies and surveys have been conducted with partners like Business Leaders for Michigan and Dykema.

These polls and surveys provide employers of all sizes and types a clearer picture of employees’ mindsets while providing decision-makers key insight into how residents and businesses feel or are reacting to key events and trends.

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View the Poll Findings and Full Analysis

Approaching the Mackinac Policy Conference, the Detroit Regional Chamber released findings from a new statewide poll of registered Michigan voters, the latest in the Chamber’s ongoing efforts to understand Michiganders’ perceptions of timely economic and societal issues that affect business.

New to this poll are sections on institutional trust, optimism about the future, and diversity, equity, and inclusion. It also builds on critical findings from earlier this year on the perceived importance (or lack thereof) of higher education and continues monitoring voters’ sentiment on the state’s direction, economic conditions, and government leadership. Continue reading.

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