What will the City do with the results?

The results will be presented to the City Council, so that council members can take this information into account as they set City priorities. Council members and City staff also will use the results to identify areas for improvement and direct City resources, as needed, to assist in making improvements. Because this year's survey is very similar to the 2018 survey, the City will be able to compare results year-over-year. Additionally, the information will allow the City Council and City staff to compare our performance with other cities in North Carolina and throughout the southeast region.

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1. Why is the City surveying City residents?
2. What is in the survey?
3. What is the last time the City conducted a survey?
4. What will the City do with the results?
5. How many surveys were distributed?
6. How did the City determine who received a survey in the mail?
7. How will the City ensure that the results reflect the views of all City residents?
8. If the City wants the survey results to reflect the City population, why is it allowing voluntary participation?
9. Is the survey for voluntary participants the same as the surveys that were mailed?
10. Why do I have to provide such information as gender, race, income bracket, age, etc. on the survey?