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Survey Results – Who took the survey?. 145 Total respondents Gender: Male 61% Female 39% Age: 18 – 24: 5% 25 – 36: 47% 37 – 49: 29% 50 – 60: 15% 61+: 4% Education: College or Advanced degree: 86% Number in home: 1 person: 38% 2 people: 55% Other 7% Number of Children:

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survey results who took the survey
Survey Results – Who took the survey?
  • 145 Total respondents
  • Gender:
    • Male 61%
    • Female 39%
  • Age:
    • 18 – 24: 5%
    • 25 – 36: 47%
    • 37 – 49: 29%
    • 50 – 60: 15%
    • 61+: 4%
  • Education: College or Advanced degree: 86%
  • Number in home:
    • 1 person: 38%
    • 2 people: 55%
    • Other 7%
  • Number of Children:
    • 0: 92%
    • 1:8%
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Survey Results – Who took the survey?
  • Ethnicity:
    • White: 88%
    • Black: 4%
    • Hispanic 1.4%
    • Other: 6.6%
  • Vehicles:
    • 0: 8%
    • 1: 44%
    • 2: 44%
    • 3+ :4%
  • Occupation: Professional (technical/non-technical): 46%
  • Annual Income:
    • < 50k: 32%
    • 50k – 100k: 50%
    • >100k: 18%
  • Type of residence: Condo/Loft (Owned, not rented, and participate in a resident association.)
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Survey Results – Who took the survey?
  • Majority of respondents:
    • Male
    • White
    • Age 25-36
    • College or Advanced degree
    • 1 – 2 people in household
    • 0 Children
    • 1 – 2 vehicles
    • Occupation: Professional (technical/non-technical):
    • Annual Income: 50k – 100k
    • Type of residence: Condo/Loft (Owned and participate in a resident association.)
survey results adna participation
Survey Results – ADNA Participation
  • 35% are ADNA members
  • 70% participate in ADNA functions
  • ADNA Events most respondents attended:
    • Downtown festival
    • Tour of Lofts
    • Downtown Dwellers Happy Hours
    • First Thursday’s Art Walk
  • 70% are interested in working on future ADNA initiatives.
survey results resident s issues
Survey Results – Resident’s Issues
  • Issues where over 80% of respondents think attention is needed:
    • Encouraging economic development that reflects the desires of residents (91%)
    • Holding officials accountable for issues that affect residents (87%)
    • Representing resident’s views and opinions to local/state government (80%)
  • Issues where over 50% of respondents think attention is needed:
    • Representing resident’s views and opinions to commercial entities/companies (79%)
    • Attracting more residents to downtown (76%)
    • Enforcing zoning rules (73%)
    • Establish effective zoning rules (68%)
  • Issues where over 25% of respondents think attention is needed:
    • Diversifying the downtown population (41%)
survey results adna effectiveness ratings
Survey Results – ADNA effectiveness ratings
  • Very effective (9.1%)
  • Effective (34.8%)
  • Somewhat effective (23.5%)
  • Not effective (4.5%)
  • Don’t know (28%)
survey results one piece of advice for adna
Survey Results – One piece of advice for ADNA
  • “Make yourself more visible.”
  • “Grow and become more organized.”
  • “Apply political pressure…”
  • “Poll its members more often.”
  • “Become very active with communications…”

For detailed results including respondent’s comments, advice and Quality of Liferatings:

http://www.surveymonkey.com/Report.asp?U=46433045183