Our Take: Colorado Community Report Card
A recent report released by Colorado Mesa University and the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce provides insight into Coloradan’s attitudes on the state’s economy, public lands, education system, health care outcomes and political institution. The inaugural Colorado Community Report Card was released in July following a survey of around 500 individuals.
The following post outlines some of our key takeaways as we look to find common ground between the two political parties in the state. The report compliments many of our findings about the attitudes of Coloradans’ from our report on independent voters and candidates last year.
Satisfaction with Government
Access to Services and Quality of Life
The survey for the Colorado Community Report Card was conducted by Vitale & Associates, and is based on 500 live telephone interviews completed in April 2018. Statewide results were provided and broken down into seven regions: Denver; North Denver Suburbs; South Denver Suburbs; Colorado Springs; Larimer / Boulder; West Slope / Club 20 Counties; and Front Range / East Slope. The margin of error is 4.4%.