PWC Citizen Survey 2010

The 2010 Prince William County Citizen Satisfaction Survey is the eighteenth in an annual series conducted by the Center for Survey Research (CSR). The purpose of this survey is to assess citizen satisfaction with services offered in the County to compare satisfaction levels with those reported in previous surveys to analyze which subgroups among the County’s residents may be more or less satisfied than others with the services they receive to continue annual measurement of overall perception of quality of life in Prince William County to examine the demographic and employment characteristics of workers who commute out of Prince William County for their primary jobs and to gather data useful for the evaluation of the County’s policy on illegal immigrants which went into effect in 2008.
The sample consisted of RDD Listed and Cell phone numbers of citizens in Prince William County.
Principal Investigators
Tom Guterbock
Client Name
Michael Hurlocker
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