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December 1, 2021 - (Valley Politics) - Valley Politics December 2021: Silicon Valley Poll with Russell Hancock and Lou Hansen More

November 16, 2021 - (City M.M.) - Four Silicon Valley CAs on why its status as the world’s tech capital will remain unchallenged: According to a story published earlier this year by Joint Venture Silicon Valley, investment in Bay Area tech firms increased by 8% in 2020 More

November 16, 2021 - (California Development & Planning Report) - CP&DR News Briefs November 16, 2021: A new poll from Joint Venture Silicon Valley and the Bay Area News Group demonstrates that 71% of Bay Area residents find quality of life to be worse than it was five years ago More

November 14, 2021 - (World Journal) - 70% of Silicon Valley employees love long-distance: Russell Hancock, CEO of Joint Venture Silicon Valley, pointed out that the popularity of remote work in this epidemic is an eye-opener. More

November 4, 2021 - (San Jose Inside) - San Jose Poll Finds Great Frustration Over Housing and Homelessness: A recent Joint Venture Silicon Valley poll indicated that 56% of Bay Area residents expect to leave the Bay Area in the next few years. More

November 3, 2021 - (East Bay Express) - Crime Troubles Oaklanders: In the latest Oakland Power Poll, violence and public schools top the list of woes of those sick of The Town - Following on the heels of a shocking recent poll from the Bay Area News Group and Joint Venture Silicon Valley...More

October 31, 2021 - (Mercury News) - These Bay Area politicians bring a new perspective to the housing crisis: They were homeless - 89% of area voters view homelessness as an extremely or very serious problem, according to a recent Bay Area News Group and Joint Venture Silicon Valley poll. More

October 31, 2021 - (Mercury News) - Bay Area retirement: ‘I’m going to have to move away — and I’m actually wealthy’: ...the region is a poor place to retire, according to a recent poll by the Bay Area News Group and Joint Venture Silicon Valley. More

October 26, 2021 - (The Bold Italic) - On Joining the Bay Area Exodus: The poll was conducted by an organization called “Joint Venture Silicon Valley” More

October 22, 2021 - (Mercury News) - Bay Area, California job gains lose steam as COVID recovery wobbles: when the COVID restrictions were lifted, we would just hit the ‘play’ button and everything would be back to normal,” said Russell Hancock, president of Joint-Venture Silicon Valley More

October 19, 2021 - (The Center Square) - Poll: More than half of Bay Area residents say they are moving out for good: ...according to a new poll conducted by Joint Venture Silicon Valley Institute for Regional Studies. More

October 18, 2021 - (San Francisco Examiner) - Post-pandemic California: Comeback or decline? Joint Venture Silicon Valley and the Bay Area News Group commissioned the poll More

October 17, 2021 - (Bloomberg) - CityLab Daily: Office Design for a Hybrid Work Future - More than half of 1,610 residents polled by Joint Venture Silicon Valley said that, yes, they wanted to move in the next few years...More

October 17, 2021 - (Marin Independent Journal) - Dan Walters: Is post-pandemic California coming back or in decline? Joint Venture Silicon Valley and the Bay Area News Group commissioned the poll More

October 15, 2021 - (ABC7) - Getting Answers: we'll dig into a new survey [from Joint Venture] showing the majority of the Bay Area plans to leave. More

October 14, 2021 - (KSRO) - 56% Of Bay Area Residents Considering Moving Out: The 2021 Silicon Valley Poll shows that 56% of respondents say they’re planning to move out of the Bay Area in the next few years. More

October 14, 2021 - (KATV) - Poll: Majority of San Francisco area voters expect to move in the next few years - President and CEO of Joint Venture Silicon Valley Russell Hancock said the percentage of those thinking about leaving is higher than any previous polling. More

October 14, 2021 - (Love by Life) - ‘It’s housing, stupid’: More than half of Bay Area residents plan to leave, the report says - According to A Survey From Joint Venture Silicon Valley, 56 percent... More

October 14, 2021 - (KABB Fox) - Poll: Majority of San Francisco area voters expect to move in the next few years - The poll generated by Joint Ventures Silicon Valley, the Bay Area News Group and Change Research asked a variety of quality life and general outlook questions...more

October 13, 2021 - (BubbleInfo) - Bay Area Exodus: Joint Venture Silicon Valley, in partnership with the Bay Area News Group, polled 1,610 registered voters across five Bay Area counties More

October 13, 2021 - (San Francisco Business Journal) - A new poll from Joint Venture Silicon Valley More

October 13, 2021 - (BubbleInfo) - Bay Area Exodus: Joint Venture Silicon Valley, in partnership with the Bay Area News Group, polled 1,610 registered voters across five Bay Area counties More

October 13, 2021 - (Davis Vanguard) - Commentary: People Want to Leave Silicon Valley – and It’s All About Housing!: “It’s housing, stupid,” said Russell Hancock, CEO of JVSV during a community meeting on Tuesday, riffing on the iconic James Carville, 1992 campaign slogan. More

October 13, 2021 - (Daily Advent) - Commentary: People Want to Leave Silicon Valley – And It’s All About Housing! - The headline jumps out at you – 56 percent of respondents of a poll commissioned by Joint Venture Silicon Valley say they are likely to leave the region over the next few years. More

October 13, 2021 - (UpscGuru) ‘It’s housing, stupid’: More than half of Bay Area residents plan to move out, report says: According to a survey from Joint Venture Silicon Valley, 56 per cent of the 1,600 people polled in five Bay Area counties say they plan to move out of the region   More

October 13, 2021 - (News Net Daily) - 56% of San Francisco Bay Area Residents Plan to Move in “Next Years”: According to SFGate, the poll, conducted among 1,610 registered voters in five Bay Area counties by Joint Venture Silicon Valley for the Bay Area News Group...More

October 13, 2021 - (KFBK radio) - New Poll Finds More Than Half Of Bay Area Residents Plan To Leave Region: San Jose think tank Joint Venture Silicon Valley found around 56% of more than 1,600 people surveyed in five counties are considering moving from the area...with 90% citing concerns about housing, cost of living and homelessness. More

October 13, 2021  - (Politico) - QUOTE OF THE DAY: "It’s the cost of living, high housing costs. I think that is the dominant thing. It's housing, housing, housing. … That is driving almost all of the results," — Russell Hancock, President and CEO of Joint Venture Silicon Valley...  More

October 13, 2021 - (The Hill) - More than half of Bay Area residents plan to leave permanently: poll - More than half of the residents living in the San Francisco Bay Area say they are considering moving out of the area permanently, according to a poll from Joint Venture Silicon Valley released Monday. More

October 13, 2021 - (MarketWatch) - Why a majority of Silicon Valley residents want to move: The results of the survey by Joint Venture Silicon Valley show increasing pessimism among the region’s residents, which was compounded by the COVID-19 pandemic. More

October 12, 2021 - (San Francisco Chronicle) - Poll finds more than half of Bay Area residents plan to leave. Why? ‘It’s housing, stupid’: San Jose think tank Joint Venture Silicon Valley charted a sharp increase in the number of residents actually planning to leave the region in “the next few years” — around 56% of more than 1,600 people surveyed in five counties...More

October 12, 2021 - (SFGATE) - Vast majority think life in Bay Area getting worse, want to leave, poll finds: Joint Venture Silicon Valley, in partnership with the Bay Area News Group, polled 1,610 registered voters across five Bay Area counties...More

October 11, 2021 - (NBC Bay Area) - Here's Why More Residents Are Considering Leaving Bay Area: More than half of people surveyed by Joint Venture Silicon Valley are "thinking about leaving the Bay Area in the next few years." More

October 11, 2021 - (Pleasanton Weekly) - New poll finds 71% of Bay Area residents think quality of life has declined: ...a survey by Joint Venture Silicon Valley in partnership with Bay Area News Group, shows a stark decline in public perception of the Bay Area since the COVID-19 pandemic began last year. More

October 11, 2021 - (KRON4) - Majority of Bay Area residents plan to move out of region in next few years, new poll reveals: “It has people on edge, people that live feel like they’ll never be able to get ahead, they’ll never be able to have ownership, their children won’t be able to have ownership,” said Russell Hancock, CEO of Joint Venture Silicon Valley. More

October 11, 2021 - (Mountain View Voice) - New poll finds 71 percent of Bay Area residents think quality of life has declined: The grim appraisal, captured in a survey by Joint Venture Silicon Valley in partnership with Bay Area News Group, shows a stark decline in public perception of the Bay Area...More

October 11, 2021 - (KPIX5) - Silicon Valley Discontent: 7 In 10 Say Quality Of Life Has Declined In Poll; 56% Considered Leaving: According to the Silicon Valley Poll commissioned by Joint Venture Silicon Valley and the Bay Area News Group, 71% feel the quality of life in the Bay Area has grown worse over the past five years. More

October 11, 2021 - (Mercury News) - COVID widened the chasm between Bay Area ‘haves’ and ‘have-nots’: A new poll by the Bay Area News Group and Joint Venture Silicon Valley spotlights the vast disparities between these two groups...More

October 10, 2021 - (Mercury News) - Has COVID pushed Bay Area stressors to the breaking point? Russell Hancock, CEO of Joint Venture Silicon Valley, said the pandemic seems to have shifted priorities for many in the Bay Area...More

About Joint Venture

Established in 1993, Joint Venture provides analysis and action on issues affecting the Silicon Valley economy and quality of life. The organization brings together established and emerging leaders—from business, government, academia, labor and the broader community—to spotlight issues, launch projects and work toward innovative solutions.