, other community organizations, and Model D's new publication, metromode
, want to know how you feel about the quality of life in our region. Here's a chance to tell us about it.
This is meant to be a baseline survey and will be re-circulated periodically to determine progress toward regional transformation.
Please take a few moments and complete the survey.
Click here for the full version:http://www.zoomerang.com/survey.zgi?p=WEB2265LHD3MF8
Click here for the short version:http://www.zoomerang.com/survey.zgi?p=WEB2265KZC3BMZ
All answers are confidential. We understand that your privacy is paramount and your anonymity is ensured. We won't be able to connect your name and e-mail address back to your answers.
We'll publish the results in a few weeks.
Recently, Model D
and United Way partnered on a Living in Detroit survey. The information from this survey will build on that and other efforts in the region.
Then, each month, metromode's Regional Activation Zone
will feature a new survey to gather input from readers about their community.
Over the next six months, One D, a group of six civic organizations committed to regionalism that includes United Way for Southeastern Michigan, will publish surveys addressing its six areas of priority: economic prosperity, educational preparedness, regional transit, race relations, regional cooperation and quality of life. The surveys will gather your thoughts about topics such as Detroit’s new brand campaign, young talent attraction, and race relations in the region.
One D: Transforming Regional Detroit consists of United Way for Southeastern Michigan, New Detroit, the Detroit Regional Chamber, Detroit Renaissance, the Detroit Metro Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Cultural Alliance of Southeastern Michigan.