In early 2018, the City of Dublin will again participate in the National Citizen Survey conducted by the National Research Center.
How It Works:
Starting in December, some residents will be notified in the mail that they have been randomly selected to participate. Those residents will receive two mailed copies of the survey the first two weeks in January. The survey takes 15-20 minutes to complete, and responses are anonymous.
This survey is unique in that questions and their administration are standardized to assure high quality research methods. Results are directly comparative across hundreds of communities nationwide for benchmarking purposes.
Questions cover the areas of safety, mobility, natural environment, built environment, economy, recreation and wellness, education and enrichment, and community engagement.
The resulting data helps gauge residents’ perceptions of local government, and is used in guiding policy decisions to enhance and continue high-quality service delivery in Dublin.
Previous National Citizen Surveys
- Community Livability Report
- Technical Appendices
- Geographic Cross Tabs
- Open End Report
- Trends Over Time
2016 Community Attitudes Survey
In the City’s 2016 Community Attitudes Survey, 98% of residents said Dublin is an excellent or good place to live, and 94% said Dublin is an excellent or good place to work. Satisfaction with City services and amenities was rated at 93% and above, with the exception of parking in Historic Dublin.
Community Attitudes Surveys
Public Opinion and Citizen Satisfaction Survey