Community Attitude Survey

A well-designed community attitude survey, conducted in the appropriate venue, can be crucial in identifying potential juror attitudes and perceptions, and is often instrumental in developing an ideal/non-ideal profile for jury selection. In addition, these surveys measure awareness, bias, and public opinion to help spot pivotal trends that could shift opinions at large regarding your case. Results from these surveys can also provide a valuable tool for developing a successful voir dire strategy. Community attitude studies are designed and conducted by telephone survey. Results are delivered in an easy-to-use report format.

Benefits Include:

  • Identify relevant attitudes and opinions among jury-eligible residents
  • Reveal community opinions on key case factors
  • Identify high-risk jurors based upon practical findings
  • Measure opinions to determine basis for a change of venue motion