2012 Resident Satisfaction Survey
The City of Minneapolis contracted with National Research Center, Inc. to conduct a city wide resident survey. The survey provided residents the opportunity to rate the quality of life in the City, as well as service delivery and their satisfaction with local government. The survey also allowed residents to provide feedback to the City on what is working and what is not, and share their priorities for community planning and resource allocation.
This is the sixth iteration of the Minneapolis Resident Survey since the baseline study conducted in 2001.
2012 Resident Survey presentations
Executive Summary, Minneapolis Resident Survey 2012 (PDF, 6 pages)
Regulatory Energy and Enviroment Services report of results (PDF, 21 pages)
Public Safety, Civil Rights and Health report of results (PDF, 37 pages)
Transportation and Public Works Services report of results (PDF, 32 pages)
Minneapolis Resident Survey (2012)
You can view the entire 2012 Resident Satisfaction Survey (174 pages).
Last updated Feb. 20, 2013