Survey: Not all Oregonians plan to take COVID-19 vaccine
"A new poll shows that a majority of Oregonians are willing to roll up their sleeves and get the shots preventing the novel coronavirus, but enthusiasm varies by demographic — and by how much it costs."
Surprised by Portland’s Election Results? John Horvick Can Explain.
"The polling industry is getting clobbered in the press for setting expectations sky high for Democrats, who then endured a nail-biting week waiting to see if Joe Biden would scrape by President Donald Trump, even as hopes of securing a congressional majority dwindled.
Closer to home, John Horvick had his own set of surprising results to contend with."
Poll: Wheeler, Iannarone tied in Portland mayor’s race; Mapps leads over Eudaly for council
"Amid a backdrop of crisis in the City of Portland, the contests for mayor and a City Council seat remain highly uncertain, according to a new poll taken for OPB."
Surveys: Concerns about coronavirus in Oregon differ depending on race, political ideologies
"New surveys released Thursday, sponsored by the Oregon Health Authority, show that behaviors and concerns related to coronavirus vary for Oregonians depending on factors like race, geographical location and political affiliation."
Oregon Insight: Financial worries ease
"Layoffs are down. Unemployment is falling. And Oregonians are feeling considerably better about their own financial outlook. The number of Oregonians who say they are..."
Oregon voters say Portland protests now do more harm than good, new poll says
"Oregon voters have soured on the protests in Portland against systemic racism and police brutality, with majorities saying they are mostly violent and are not achieving positive results..."
Joe Biden holds 12-point lead over President Donald Trump in Oregon
"Joe Biden leads President Donald Trump by 12 percentage points in Oregon just two months ahead of the fall election, according to results from a new statewide survey released by Portland-based DHM Research Friday morning."
Survey: Most Oregonians support stay-home orders
"Regardless of where they live, most Oregonians support Gov. Kate Brown’s stay-at-home orders, according to survey results released Wednesday by an independent firm. That support is strong even among..."
Pothole Problem Podcast — The Shiny Object (featuring guest John Horvick). An insider’s perspective on polling.
DHM's Director of Client Relations and Political Research is this week's guest on the Pothole Problem Podcast with Dr. Jack Miller.
John takes us behind the scenes to provide an insider’s perspective on polling – how the data he gathers is used, why it’s gathered in the first place, and why the public doesn’t usually see what the public opinion research industry is really doing.
Cap and trade split shows Oregon politics as partisan as ever
"As Oregon’s Republican walkout finished its third day, there appeared little hope for compromise. That’s partly because the lawmakers on both sides are more partisan than in decades gone by."
Sources: Half of voters worried about region's future
"Forty-nine percent of voters believe the quality of life in the region is getting worse, according to a newly released poll by Portland-based DHM Research."
Our Opinion: Portland residents must embrace density
"The problems of homelessness and housing affordability are obvious to anyone who travels the many roads lined with makeshift dwellings or who experiences the sticker shock of a two-bedroom house or studio apartment."
Bend City Council moves toward $180 million transportation bond this May
"The Bend City Council will vote next month on whether or not residents will be asked to consider a $180 million transportation bond in May."
Guest Column: What are the top state issues?
"As the new year approaches, the No. 1 issue for Oregon voters is …
"It depends on the voters’ political leanings."
A decade done - The roller coaster of public opinion
"Oregonian ended the 2010s in a surprisingly pessimistic mood, according to a new poll by the Portland-based DHM Research firm."
When the trade war with China costs small firms their largest export partner, where do they go next?
"The U.S.-China trade war has had a significant impact on domestic industries over the last year, accelerating the contraction of U.S. manufacturing and causing significant disruption for multinational corporations and small businesses, particularly farmers."
Salem council may set aside city property as designated camping sites for the homeless
"Salem city councilors may set aside city property as designated camping sites for the homeless."