Scottsdale Citizen Survey

Scottsdale regularly surveys its residents to give them a chance to rate their quality of life and provide feedback on city programs and services. The results help Scottsdale set service priorities and provide comparisons with other cities.

The National Citizen Survey is designed specifically for use by local governments and has been used by more than 500 communities. Because similar surveys are conducted in hundreds of jurisdictions, Scottsdale can compare its results with other cities across the country.

A random sample of 1,500 households in Scottsdale received the survey by mail in November and December 2016. About 20 percent of those completed and returned the survey, providing a margin of error of 6 percent. In addition, about 290 people took an online version available to everyone (those results are tabulated separately).

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Last Updated May 2, 2019, 19:54 (UTC)
Created May 2, 2019, 19:49 (UTC)