Californians' Attitudes on Domestic Violence

This poll, conducted by Tulchin Research, surveyed 900 adults in regions throughout California. The results, released in November 2012 and presented  through a web seminar in January 2013, are meant to shed light on public opinions and attitudes about domestic violence. The analyses of these findings demonstrate that there is a strong public will to prevent domestic violence and a broad understanding that domestic violence can happen to anyone. This data and the accompanying tools below can be used to better communicate about domestic violence, and contribute to the movement toward its end.

Web Seminar Slides: Californians' Attitudes on Domestic Violence

Web Seminar Slides (English): Californians' Attitudes on Domestic Violence (PDF)

Note: This web seminar was recorded and can be viewed with accompanying audio on YouTube. View web seminar recording

Web Seminar Slides (Spanish): Californians' Attitudes on Domestic Violence (PDF)

Results of Statewide Poll on Domestic Violence, Tulchin Research (PDF) 

DV s Close to Home for Californians Infographic

Infographic: Domestic Violence is Close to Home for Californians (PDF)

Regional Memo for Sacramento-Northstate (PDF) 

Regional Memo for Bay Area (PDF) 

Regional Memo for Central Valley (PDF) 

Regional Memo for the Inland Empire (PDF) 

Regional Memo for San Diego County (PDF) 

Memo (Spanish) (PDF) 

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