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WHY CHANGE?

Who will live here?

QUESTIONS
Resident Response

WHY CHANGE?
Who will live here?

What is the most damaging impact of 10


population loss in your neighborhood?
A.Increase in blight
B. Paying more for less effective services
C.Diminished sense of community
D.No impact
WHY CHANGE?
Who will live here?

What is the most damaging impact of population loss in your neighborhood?


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Increase in blight Paying more for less Diminished sense of No impact
WHY CHANGE?
effective services community
Who will live here?

What is the ideal 2030 population of 10


Detroit?
A. 2 million
B. 1 million
C. 850,000
D. less than 850,000
E. Does not matter
WHY CHANGE?
Who will live here?

What is the ideal 2030 population of Detroit?


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WHY CHANGE? 2 million 1 million 850,000 less than 850,000 Does not matter
Who will live here?

What is the best way to reverse the city’s


projected population loss?
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A.Retain existing residents
B. Attract new residents
C.Both retain and attract residents

WHY CHANGE?
Who will live here?

What is the best way to reverse the city’s projected population loss?

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WHY CHANGE?
Retain existing residents Attract new residents Both retain and attract residents
Where will people live?

What is your neighborhood’s most 10


important asset?
A. Housing
B. Location
C. Sense of community
D. Access to recreational and cultural opportunities

WHY CHANGE?
Where will people live?

What is your neighborhood’s most important asset?


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Housing Location Sense of community Access to recreational


and cultural opportunities
WHY CHANGE?
Where will people live?

What should be done first to make 10


neighborhoods stronger?

A.Repopulate stable neighborhoods


B. Spread resources to neighborhoods
across the city
C.Disinvest in declining neighborhoods
WHY CHANGE?
Where will people live?

What should be done first to make neighborhoods stronger?


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Repopulate stable neighborhoods Spread resources to Disinvest in declining


neighborhoods across the city neighborhoods
WHY CHANGE?
Where will people work?

How important is it for Detroiters to 10


have access to jobs in Detroit?
A.Very important
B. Somewhat important
C.Not very important
D.Not important
WHY CHANGE?
Where will people work?

How important is it for Detroiters to have access to jobs in Detroit?

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WHY CHANGE?
Very important Somewhat important Not very important Not important
Where will people work?

What industry could have the greatest


economic impact on Detroit’s future?
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A. Freight/Logistics/Trade
B. Manufacturing
C. Healthcare
D. Small Business Growth/Entrepreneurship
E. Emerging Industries (Green/Creative/Technology Based)

WHY CHANGE?
Where will people work?

What industry could have the greatest economic impact on Detroit’s future?
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Freight/Logistics/Trade Manufacturing Healthcare Small Business Emerging Industries
Growth/Entrepreneurship (Green/Creative/Technology
Based)
WHY CHANGE?
How will people move?

What is the most important benefit of


creating light rail in Detroit?
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A. Access to jobs
B. Less auto dependency
C. Increased economic development
D. Improved connectivity
E. There is little or no benefit
WHY CHANGE?
How will people move?

What is the most important benefit of creating light rail in Detroit?


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Access to jobs Less auto Increased economic Improved There is little or no


dependency development connectivity benefit
WHY CHANGE?
How will people move?

What changes are most necessary to improve


transportation? Improvements for . . . 10
A. Pedestrians (i.e. sidewalks and crosswalks)
B. Bicycles (i.e. bicycle lanes)
C. Automobiles (i.e. street maintenance and repairs)
D. Mass transit riders (i.e. bus and rail improvements)

WHY CHANGE?
How will people move?

What changes are necessary to improve transportation?


Improvements for . . .
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Pedestrians (i.e. sidewalks and Bicycles (i.e. bicycle lanes) Automobiles (i.e. street Mass transit riders (i.e. bus and rail
crosswalks) maintenance and repairs) improvements)
WHY CHANGE?
How will people move?

If you do not currently use public transportation,


which of the following best describes the reason? 10
A. Unreliability
B. Cost
C. Lack of access to bus stop
D. Safety and/or quality of bus stop
E. Inability to reach destination
WHY CHANGE?
How will people move?

If you do not currently use public transportation, which of the


following best describes the reason?
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Unreliability Cost Lack of access to Safety and/or Inability to reach
WHY CHANGE?
bus stop quality of bus stop destination
What services will people need?

Which of the following services is most


important to your quality of life?
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A. Mass Transit
B. Public Lighting
C. Public Safety
D. Public Health
E. Parks and Recreation
WHY CHANGE?
What services will people need?

Which of the following services is most important to your quality of life?


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Mass Transit Public Lighting Public Safety Public Health Parks and
WHY CHANGE?
Recreation
What services will people need?

Your ability to access which of the following


is most critical to your quality of life?
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A.Quality education
B. Affordable, quality healthcare
C.Grocery stores/fresh food
D.Quality goods and services

WHY CHANGE?
What services will people need?

Your ability to access _________ is most critical to your quality of life?


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Quality education Affordable, quality Grocery stores/fresh food Quality goods and
healthcare services
WHY CHANGE?
How will we invest?

How should the City target its financial


resources?
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A. Areas of greatest need
B. Downtown
C. Traditionally strong neighborhoods
D. Opportunities for greatest return on investment

WHY CHANGE?
How will we invest?

How should the City target its financial resources?


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Areas of greatest need Downtown Traditionally strong Opportunities for greatest
WHY CHANGE? neighborhoods return on investment
How will we invest?

Are there active interventions or


investments in your neighborhood?
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A.Yes
B. No
C.Don’t know

WHY CHANGE?
How will we invest?

Are there active interventions or investments in your neighborhood?


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WHY CHANGE? Yes No Don’t know


How will we invest?

Which of the following investments is


10
Most Important
to Detroit’s future?
A. Housing
B. Infrastructure
C. Social services
D. Education
E. Commercial corridors
WHY CHANGE?
How will we invest?

Which of the following investments is


10
nd
2 -Most Important
to Detroit’s future?

A. Housing
B. Infrastructure
C. Social services
D. Education
E. Commercial corridors
WHY CHANGE?
How will we invest?

Which investment is most important?


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Housing Infrastructure Social services Education Commercial


WHY CHANGE?
corridors
How will we invest?

Which investment is nd
2 -most important?
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Housing Infrastructure Social services Education Commercial


WHY CHANGE?
corridors
How will we invest?

Which of the following three questions is


10
Most Important
When thinking about Detroit’s future?
A. Who will live here?
B. Where will people live?
C. What services will people need?

WHY CHANGE?
How will we invest?

Which of the following three questions is


10
nd
2 -Most Important
When thinking about Detroit’s future?
A. Who will live here?
B. Where will people live?
C. What services will people need?

WHY CHANGE?
How will we invest?

Which question is most important?


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WHY CHANGE?
Who will live here? Where will people live? What services will people need?
How will we invest?

Which question is nd
2 -most important?
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WHY CHANGE?
Who will live here? Where will people live? What services will people need?
How will we invest?

Which of the following three questions is


10
Most Important
When thinking about Detroit’s future?
A. Where will people work?
B. How will people move?
C. How will we invest?

WHY CHANGE?
How will we invest?

Which of the following three questions is


10
nd
2 -Most Important
When thinking about Detroit’s future?
A. Where will people work?
B. How will people move?
C. How will we invest?

WHY CHANGE?
How will we invest?

Which question is most important?


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WHY CHANGE?
Where will people work? How will people move? How will we invest?
How will we invest?

Which question is nd
2 -most important?
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WHY CHANGE?
Where will people work? How will people move? How will we invest?
SUMMARY QUESTIONS
Resident Response

WHY CHANGE?
Resident Response

At today’s meeting, you felt that you had


an opportunity to share your opinion.
10
A.Strongly agree
B. Agree
C.Disagree
D.Strongly disagree
E. Don’t know
WHY CHANGE?
Resident Response

At today’s meeting, you felt that you had an opportunity to share your opinion.
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WHY CHANGE? Strongly agree Agree Disagree Strongly disagree Don’t know
Resident Response

After today’s meeting, you better understand


the challenges facing the city of Detroit. 10
A.Strongly agree
B. Agree
C.Disagree
D.Strongly disagree
E. Don’t know
WHY CHANGE?
Resident Response

After today’s meeting, you better understand the challenges facing the city of Detroit.
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WHY CHANGE? Strongly agree Agree Disagree Strongly disagree Don’t know
Resident Response

After today’s meeting, you will participate


in other Detroit Works Project activities.
10
A.Strongly agree
B. Agree
C.Disagree
D.Strongly disagree
E. Don’t know
WHY CHANGE?
Resident Response

After today’s meeting, you will participate in other Detroit Works Project activities.
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WHY CHANGE? Strongly agree Agree Disagree Strongly disagree Don’t know
Resident Response

The Detroit Works Project will result in a


plan that will positively affect the city.
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A.Strongly agree
B. Agree
C.Disagree
D.Strongly disagree
E. Don’t know
WHY CHANGE?
Resident Response

The Detroit Works Project will result in a plan that will positively affect the city.
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WHY CHANGE? Strongly agree Agree Disagree Strongly disagree Don’t know
WHY CHANGE?