Each S.T.A.R.T. Economic Development community administers a community attitude survey to local residents. Generally the survey serves at least two purposes. One is to collect information about the attitudes and behavior of local. residents. For example, respondents are asked to rate a variety· of community services, programs and organizations. The questionnaire also collects information about shopping behavior and local preferences about economic development.
Smith, Russell L. and Blair, Robert F., "Community Development Needs in Nebraska: Attitude Survey Results and Local Action Strategies" (1993). Publications Archives, 1963-2000. 357.