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Release Findings of Citywide Customer Survey Revealing New Yorkers’ Opinion
 
Mayor Bloomberg and Public Advocate  Gotbaum release findings from the NYC Feedback Citywide Customer Survey. The independent survey was sent to more than 135,000 randomly-selected New York City households in June to assess New Yorkers’ opinions and perceptions of important characteristics of the City and services provided by City government. New Yorkers from all five boroughs were asked to voice their opinions on a wide range of issues, from education to sanitation to public safety.  

Mayor Bloomberg and Public Advocate  Gotbaum release findings from the NYC Feedback Citywide Customer Survey. The independent survey was sent to more than 135,000 randomly-selected New York City households in June to assess New Yorkers’ opinions and perceptions of important characteristics of the City and services provided by City government. New Yorkers from all five boroughs were asked to voice their opinions on a wide range of issues, from education to sanitation to public safety.
Mayor Bloomberg and Public Advocate  Gotbaum release findings from the NYC Feedback Citywide Customer Survey. The independent survey was sent to more than 135,000 randomly-selected New York City households in June to assess New Yorkers’ opinions and perceptions of important characteristics of the City and services provided by City government. New Yorkers from all five boroughs were asked to voice their opinions on a wide range of issues, from education to sanitation to public safety.
Mayor Bloomberg and Public Advocate  Gotbaum release findings from the NYC Feedback Citywide Customer Survey. The independent survey was sent to more than 135,000 randomly-selected New York City households in June to assess New Yorkers’ opinions and perceptions of important characteristics of the City and services provided by City government. New Yorkers from all five boroughs were asked to voice their opinions on a wide range of issues, from education to sanitation to public safety.
Mayor Bloomberg and Public Advocate  Gotbaum release findings from the NYC Feedback Citywide Customer Survey. The independent survey was sent to more than 135,000 randomly-selected New York City households in June to assess New Yorkers’ opinions and perceptions of important characteristics of the City and services provided by City government. New Yorkers from all five boroughs were asked to voice their opinions on a wide range of issues, from education to sanitation to public safety.
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