Community input helps inform everything we do. It’s important to gauge attitudes and perceptions so we can refine our work and create an exceptional place.

Midtown Alliance Survey

What we learned from the 2016 Midtown Community Survey

We fielded a survey project that garnered participation from more than 3,500 Midtown residents, workers, and visitors, a 79% jump in respondents over the last community survey in 2013. Among the findings:

 
 
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Workers who agree Midtown is a
“great place to work”

 
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Residents who agree
Midtown is a
“great place to live”

 

% who agree Midtown is …

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Respondents who feel transit investments should be a top priority for the Midtown transportation network in the future (74% in 2013)

 
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Respondents who work in Midtown indicating they drive alone to work as their primary travel mode (compared to regional average of 82%)

 
 
 
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Respondents who indicate they eat out for lunch in Midtown 6+ times per month (28% in 2013)

 
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Respondents living and working in Midtown who feel a strong sense of community.

 
 
 

Thank You

To everyone who took the survey, thank you. We appreciate your perspective. We learned a lot from it, and are applying your feedback to refine our work.