The Overland Park Chamber Foundation and Home Builders Association of Greater Kansas City has released results of a community poll of Overland Park voters. The goal of the survey, which is conducted approximately every 10 years, was to determine if changing demographics and growth in Overland Park have changed long-standing quality of life priorities and views toward taxation.
The survey was conducted by Neil Newhouse, Public Opinion Strategies.
The Overland Park Chamber Foundation has released results of a community scan of Johnson County voters and businesses that indicate priorities are closely aligned. Steve Smith, 2011 Chamber Chairman of the Board, said, “The Overland Park Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors initiated the survey project in the fall of 2010, raising the money to support the survey throughout 2011. The goal was to determine if the changing demographics and growth of Johnson County have changed our community’s long-standing quality of life priorities.”
The survey was conducted by Neil Newhouse, Public Opinion Strategies and utilized a double sample of registered voters through phone interviews, followed by an on-line survey of business representatives of the following chambers of commerce: Overland Park, Shawnee, Leawood, Northeast Johnson, De Soto and Spring Hill.