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Deliberative Polling Projects

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There were two deliberative polling projects conducted:

  • A phone survey that asked community members specific questions about the referendum which will be outlined below
  • A written survey in two parts given out at the four information panels led by School District Superintendent Dr. Zimman. The first part was given before the presentation, the second afterwards. The purpose was to try to measure how education affects panel viewers if at all.

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