The Listening Project: Listening to the Community, Looking for What Matters is an annual effort by ideastream to identify “the things that matter most” to residents of Northeast Ohio. It also helps ideastream monitor the role and value of its programming.
This year, ideastream is partnering with the Baldwin Wallace University Community Research Institute (“the Institute”) to augment the ideastream quarterly Listening Project surveys. The Institute will field four additional surveys using Listening Project themes and questions. The Institute’s surveys will be conducted among a representative sampling of 500 respondents from the Northeast Ohio region, spread across demographics such as age, geography, race and annual household income. The Institute will conduct analysis of the data results both of its surveys and those administered by ideastream.
From pot holes to year-round road construction, Northeast Ohioans are all too familiar with an aging infrastructure – so much so, they identified it as one of the top six challenges facing the region in the 2015 Listening Project Assets and Challenges survey.
In this Listening Project survey, ideastream wants to better understand what you think about the region’s infrastructure. Is it up to par? Where should investments be made to improve it?
We appreciate your participation in the survey.