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As one means of tracking data about customer needs in terms of government services, the Township provides the opportunity for citizens to share their opinions on government and services, and to assess residents’ desires for the future of Miami Township. In 2014, APRI (formerly CUPA) conducted the public opinion survey for the Township.
This report summarizes the perceptions of Miami Township’s residents. Survey questions have been grouped into topical areas, such as “General Public Sentiment” and “Views of City Services,” representing the chapters in this report.
The survey instrument was designed by Miami Township officials and employees with guidance from researchers at Wright State University’s Applied Policy Research Institute. The questionnaire was developed with two purposes in mind: first to gauge public sentiment; and second to garner public input to update the comprehensive plan.
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Center for Urban and Public Affairs, Wright State University (2014). Miami Township Resident Perception Survey. .