Charlottesville Citizen Satisfaction Survey--1993

A study designed to determine the levels of citizen satisfaction with a variety of services and programs provided by the city assess residents' priorities for increases and decreases in the funding of particular services identify in what specific ways the public felt additional revenues for desired services could be provided examine the community's overall evaluation of the quality of life in the city and assess attitudes concerning current controversial issues. A specially prepared listed sample of residential households was provided by the City allowing each responding household to be identified by neighborhood quotas were used to assure geographical representativeness.
Sample
500 households
Sponsor
City of Charlottesville Office of the City Manager
Project ID
1992.0181
Year
1993