Friday, May 2, 2014

Jackson Williamson County Survey

Looking over a copy of the Jackson/Williamson County Survey conducted by the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute this spring. Lot to go through here and I plan to over the weekend but right off the bat, less than 15% of residents of the counties believe that current local business conditions are better than they were a year ago. 

This despite the fact that the economy both nationally and in the state have slowly improved since the recession kicked in and 2/3 of those responding said that the state, as a whole, is generally on the right track. In fact, only 7% of those responding rate the counties as an excellent place to live.

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