Hurricane Ida Registration Survey Required for Emergency Assistance
Department of Community Affairs (DCA) Urges New Jersey Residents Impacted by Hurricane Ida to Complete a Survey about Their Assistance Needs. *Updated 6/25/2022 with Title Change to indicate survey requirement.
MTA seeking feedback with customer survey, offering $100 gift cards as reward
(BROOKLYN, N.Y.) The MTA is looking for feedback through its Spring 2022 MTA Customers Count Survey, which can be filled out online before its Friday deadline. Participants can rate their satisfaction with up to three MTA services, and, upon completion, can choose to be entered into a drawing to win one of 10 gift cards worth $100. Each service rated can result in a separate drawing entry.
Boulder voters likely to approve city’s climate tax plan, survey says
A flag at an anti-fossil fuel bike ride in Boulder County in 2011.Doug Grinbergs / Flickr. (Boulder, Colo.) A survey shows that Boulder’s plan to revamp its climate tax program would likely pass if the city places the proposal on the November ballot, a survey shows.
Orange Park wants your input on its future ‘branding’
Orange Park is working on the “next chapter.” The initiative is called Branding Orange Park. The $77,000 community branding effort will take about eight months. Orange Park wants to hear your “perceptions, attitudes and what’s unique about Orange Park.”
Trail feasibility survey is part of path to building new routes in Clay County
A trail feasibility survey is underway by the North Florida Transportation Planning Organization (TPO), seeking public opinion on the features of a potential 12-mile trail connecting Gold Head Branch State Park in Keystone Heights to the Cecil Trail in Duval County.
US Perception of the Gender Pay Gap in 2021
While there’s discussion about how wide the gender pay gap currently is, there’s no doubt that it persists in 2021 and more significantly impacts women of color. As a society we still have a long way to go to close the gender pay gap, but knowing how to solve this ongoing problem is more complicated.
Americans Read Fewer Books Last Year, New Survey Results Find
According to new Gallup poll results, Americans read an average of 12.6 books last year. That’s the lowest number Gallup’s recorded, going back to 1990. “U.S. adults are reading roughly two or three fewer books per year than they did between 2001 and 2016,” Gallup’s Jeffrey M. Jones said.