Hooksett plans survey to determine what residents want
The survey will allow the town to better self-evaluate, Shankle said. According to the National Research Center the National Citizens Survey is five pages long and has a 5 percent margin of error.
“The whole concept is to gather performance data and solicit information from citizens to find out what is important to them so we can more easily figure out where to allocate budget dollars. If something is more important to them, we will put more money towards it, that is the concept. It is a concept that is gaining in popularity across the country,” she said.
“Say you have 50 people show up for a hearing, while that is a good turnout, the people who tend to turn out are the people who have a direct interest in what is being discussed,” he said.
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