DecisionQuest National Juror Attitudes Survey:

General Attitudes Towards Labor & Employment

What's Inside

DecisionQuest’s National Juror Attitudes Survey Report: Labor & Employment is designed to provide litigators and their clients with insight and analysis about jurors and their opinions of discrimination and other key labor and employment issues.

The data we present tells a story of employers remaining at a distinct disadvantage in the courtroom, with major differences of opinion by jurors’ age, gender and ethnicity. And therein lies the opportunity at trial: litigators who collect data, make decisions empirically and build a case accordingly have a much better chance of winning over the jury.

juror attitudes towards labor and employment

What You Can Expect to Learn

  • Potential jurors’ opinions on how good a job Corporate America has done in promoting diversity.
  • How often potential jurors of different ethnicities and genders believe that women executives hit the glass ceiling.
  • The extent to which potential jurors believe that corporations punish whistleblowers
  • … and most importantly, what do these opinions mean in the jury room?

Source of the Survey Results

  • We surveyed 1,201 potential jurors
  • Our report includes 27 new data points
  • Our analysis is based on 30 years of experience in the field.


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