MARSHALL (KMHL) – To assist with future planning opportunities, the City of Marshall hired Baker Tilly to perform a scientific random-sample survey of the City’s registered voters. The intent was to gauge the community’s support for a variety of potential improvements to the City’s parks and recreations facilities and to measure reaction to possible methods for paying the cost of such enhancements.
A telephone survey was conducted by the firm in early October this year.
The survey included a random sample of 303 registered voters living within the boundaries of the City of Marshall. Interviews consisted of 33 questions, with an average duration of approximately 12 minutes.
The scientific random-sample phone survey was chosen to ensure the City heard input from residents across all demographics in the community.