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  • 1. Seven50Survey Results
  • 2. Survey ResultsWeeks 1-3
  • 3. Question 1What are in your opinion, the most important issues to address to ensure a positive future forSoutheast Florida? (Select three)Air qualityCost of livingFarm land preservationAccess to health careHousing choicesJobsLand useParks/Open spacePublic educationPublic safetyTraffic congestionSocial opportunityMore transportationoptionsWater availabilityWater qualityWalkable andAttractivePlacement Design
  • 4. 23.2%Developing en effective transportation systemProtecting the environment and natural resourcesPromoting a diverse and thriving economyProviding a variety of housing choicesPreserving the region’s unique characterFostering social opportunity and diversityRegional collaborations among jurisdictionsWhich one of these regional priorities is most important to you? (Select three)Question 2
  • 5. 7%16.9%Very importantImportantNeutralSomewhat importantNot at all importantHow important is retaining the character of rural communities in Southeast Florida?Question 3
  • 6. How important is retaining the character of existing urban neighborhoods?Very importantImportantNeutralNot at all importantSomewhat importantQuestion 4
  • 7. How important is it to continue the practice of building gated subdivisions?17.6%Very importantImportantNeutralNot at all importantSomewhat importantQuestion 5
  • 8. 22.2%Very importantImportantNeutralNot at all importantSomewhat importantHow important is it that jobs and shopping are safely accessible by walking/biking fromneighborhoods?Question 6
  • 9. Very importantImportantNeutralNot at all importantSomewhat importantHow important is access to locally-grown food (from local farms and/or community gardens)?Question 7
  • 10. I am satisfied with the current state of things;no improvement neededLeaders should place community interestsover partisan interestsLeaders should better reflect the ethnic andracial diversity of the regionMore leaders who are also business savvyMore transparency/less corruptionMore communication with residentsLeaders should be more in touch withthe challenges faced by householdsHow do you think your elected leaders could improve their performance?Question 8
  • 11. Number of miles/car trips needed tosatisfy daily needsFuel efficient cars and alternative fuels/energyfor our carsMore efficient buildings that consume lessenergyClean renewable energy generation by ourutilities Establish carbon sinks throughreforestation/habitat restorationI don’t believe that climate change isoccurring or that it is man-madeWhich sources of greenhouse gas emissions would you like your leaders and community tofocus upon to reduce pollution?Question 9
  • 12. MonroeMiami-DadeBrowardMartinPalm BeachSt. LucieIndian RiverWhich county do you live in?Question 10
  • 13. Under 1818-2425-4445-6465 and overWhat is your age?Question 11
  • 14. 5 or fewer6-1011-1516-20More than 20How many years have you lived in Southeast Florida?Question 12
  • 15. Central City/DowntownSmall TownHistoric SuburbNew SuburbRural CommunityOtherWhere do you live?Question 13
  • 16. What is your gender?MaleFemaleQuestion 14
  • 17. Survey ResultsWeeks 4-6
  • 18. We have plenty of room for growth in the seven counties and shouldn’t worry about citiesspreading out as they grow.Question 1
  • 19. We should widen freeways and build new roads rather than invest in public transit and otheralternatives to cars.Question 2
  • 20. More investment today in public transportation will relieve future congestion problems in thearea.Question 3
  • 21. I prefer to live within walking distance of offices, stores, and other businesses.Question 4
  • 22. Building more sidewalks and bicycle paths is part of the solution to the traffic congestionproblem.Question 5
  • 23. It is important to create walkable places where a variety of housing, retail, office and civic usesexist along with parks and transit connections.Question 6
  • 24. In your opinion, Which threat linked to climate change poses the greatest threat to Floridiansin the 7 county region?Question 7
  • 25. Below are opinions of two hypothetical SE Fla residents. Which opinion comes closest to yourown? Mr. Smith believes that future growth should be strongly encouraged & fostered. Mr.Jones believes future growth should be strictly managed or limited.Question 8
  • 26. What would help most to improve the quality of public education in SE FL?Question 9
  • 27. Would you be willing to pay a greater share of taxes in order to reduce classroom size, increaseteacher pay and quality of instructors, and improve access to learning materials such ascomputers, supplies, and textbooks?Question 10
  • 28. If you had a shorter commute what would you do with your spare time?Question 11
  • 29. What do you think should be the focus of future transportation investment?Question 12
  • 30. Which county do you live in?Question 13
  • 31. What is your age?Question 14
  • 32. Where do you live?Question 15
  • 33. How many years you have lived in Southeast Florida?Question 16
  • 34. What is your gender?Question 17
  • 35. Survey ResultsWeeks 7-9
  • 36. What three factors do you feel are the biggest threats to forming a well-educated workforce?(choose up to three)Question 1
  • 37. What should be the priorities for developing the regional economy and attracting talent?(choose up to three)Question 2
  • 38. What would be the best way to accommodate the 20-year projected future population growth(approximately 2 million more people) of Southeast Florida?Question 3
  • 39. Do you feel things in your own community today are going in the right direction or do you feelthings have gotten off on the wrong track?Question 4
  • 40. Pick the statement with which you most agree about transportation investments in the regiontoday:Question 5
  • 41. Would you support an additional gas tax per gallon if it could fund an efficient regional transitsystem and be accompanied by a reduction in property tax?Question6
  • 42. If you answered yes to the question above what amount would you be willing to pay pergallon?Question 7
  • 43. How should we best address traffic congestion in the future?Question 8
  • 44. What are the top three most effective leadership organizations you know of in your county orregion?Question 9
  • 45. What type of organization needs to lead the charge for implementation of regional solutions?Question 10
  • 46. Which county do you live in?Question 11
  • 47. What is your age?Question 12
  • 48. How many years you have lived in Southeast Florida?Question 13
  • 49. Where do you live?Question 14
  • 50. What is your gender?Question 15