Town of Vail to field telephone survey
Vail, CO Colorado
VAIL, Colorado – The town of Vail is initiating a telephone survey to evaluate voter opinion as it continues to gather information in developing a November ballot question for reallocation of the conference-center fund.
The town has hired the Colorado office of Public Opinion Strategies, a public-opinion research firm, to conduct the telephone survey, which will take place during the next five to six days. The calls will be made to registered town of Vail voters during the afternoons and evenings (no later than 9 p.m.) and will take approximately 15 minutes to complete.
The goal is to collect opinions from 200 or more registered voters to determine the level of support for three concepts currently contemplated. If contacted, the town is encouraging community members to take part in the confidential survey to help provide direction for the ballot.
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