From 2000-2013, periodic surveys to measure attitudes and opinions concerning insurance fraud were conducted with Virginians ages 18 or older.
Key findings included the indication that Virginians had grown less trusting. In 2000, 40 percent of people surveyed said "most people can be trusted." That number dropped to 16 percent in 2013.
The full reports are available below.
Virginia results 2013
Virginia results 2005
Virginia results 2000
Comparison to national results