In February of 2000, 407 citizens age 18 and over from throughout the state were interviewed to document Virginians' current attitudes and opinions concerning insurance fraud. A similar study was conducted in May of 2005, designed to track attitude changes since the benchmarking research was conducted in 2000.
The 2000 Virginia results were compared to a 1997 national study conducted by the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud.
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