City of Albuquerque releases annual ‘Citizen Satisfaction Survey’ results


RESULTS OF ITS ANNUAL “CITIZEN SATISFACTION SURVEY.” NOT SURPRISINGLY, AN ISSUE AT THE TOP OF PEOPLE )S MINDS, IS CRIME. ABOUT A THIRD OF THE ROUGHLY 600 RESPONDENTS SAID ALBUQUERQUE HAS BECOME A (WORSE PLACE TO LIVE IN THE LAST YEAR– AND ABOUT HALF OF THOSE PEOPLE, CITED THE CRIME RATE. 48-PERCENT OF THOSE SURVEYED SAID QUALITY OF LIFE HAS STAYED ABOUT THE SAME, AND 19-PERCENT SAID IT )S GOTTEN BETTER. ON ANOTHER HOT-BUTTON TOPIC– THE MAJORITY SAID THEY BELIEVE THE CITY IS DOING A POOR JOB ADDRESSING HOMELESSNESS. MEANWHILE THE BIGGEST CHUNK OF RESPONSES– 27-PERCENT– SAID THE CITY )S NEW HOMELESS SHELTER SHOULD BE BUILT DOWNTOWN. THE SURVEY ALSO ASKED WHERE TO PUT THE NEW MEXICO UNITED SOCCER STADIUM. “NEAR U-N-M” WAS THE OVERWHELMING RESPONSE. TO SEE THE FULL SURVEY RESULTS, HEAD TO ALWAYS ON KRQE DOT COM. JUST AHEAD, A WOMAN FLEEING POLICE, LEAVES BEHIND A MOVING CAR WITH A CHILD INSIDE. WE )LL SHOW YOU THE VIDEO. AND, FRUSTRATED NEIGHBORS JUST WANT