Optimism Prevails in Opinions on the Future of Detroit

April 20, 2016

Conversations about the prospects for Detroit’s future often expose a divide between those who see the city recovering from a decline in population and financial vitality and those who have given up on the city’s recovery. As part of a research project on the role of the Internet and new media in the development of Detroit, the Quello Center surveyed a random sample of Michigan residents about their perspectives on the future of Detroit. Conducted as part of MSU’s State of the State Survey (SOSS), the sample included nearly 1,000 respondents. Each respondent was interviewed over the phone through random sampling of mobile and fixed-line phones in Michigan.

 

The results show a divided public, but one in which positive views on the prospects for Detroit far outweigh more pessimistic viewpoints. Read our full post here: http://quello.msu.edu/optimism-prevails-in-opinions-on-the-future-of-detroit/

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Bianca C. Reisdorf, D.Phil.

Department of Communication Studies

UNC Charlotte

© 2016 by Bianca Reisdorf.

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