Posts Tagged ‘Survey’

Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Adirondack Relocation Assessment Survey releases results

Adirondack Relocation Assessment SurveyNew research conducted by Camoin 310 of Saratoga Springs for the Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism (ROOST) in Lake Placid and the Economic Development Corporation of Warren County (EDC) shows there is a strong interest for relocation to the Adirondacks across all income brackets in the Regional Market Area. This area includes New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Vermont, New Hampshire, and New Jersey. 

About the survey: A total of 6,733 responses were collected and analyzed by Camoin 310 from January 19, 2021 to January 29, 2021. More than 80% of respondents now live in the Northeast, but there were responses from as far away as Florida, California, Texas, Colorado, Missouri, Minnesota, and Oregon, as well as international locations. 

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Thursday, February 18, 2021

Lake George Boating Access Survey for Mossy Point and Roger’s Rock Boat Launches

Rogers Rock Campground provided by DECDEC is conducting a survey to elicit public feedback on the overnight gate closure program for Lake George at Mossy Point and Roger’s Rock boat launches. The information gathered will inform a more permanent program for future boating seasons and support the state’s ongoing efforts to protect Lake George from invasive pests.

We encourage boaters that have used either access sites to take a brief survey. The survey and comment period will remain open until March 12, 2021. Comments may also be submitted by email to [email protected].

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Monday, January 25, 2021

Adirondack survey seeks feedback from potential residents

survey photoThe Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism (ROOST) recently partnered with Warren County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) to commission a survey to determine the desire for potential new year-round residents to the Adirondacks. Camoin 310 of Saratoga Springs designed the survey and will compile the results. Click here for the survey link.

(UPDATE on 2/1/21: The survey is closed. Stay tuned for future updates on the results.)

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Sunday, November 15, 2020

Newsletter survey: Share your thoughts

Wanted: Your feedback
At the Explorer, we’ve added to our slate of newsletters this past year, and we’d love to hear from Almanack readers on how we’re doing.
Whether you are only subscribed to the daily Almanack news digest or if you are signed up for all the topics-based newsletters, please take a moment to share your thoughts.

Thanks in advance for your feedback!

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And as always, I welcome you to send along your story ideas and topics you’d like to see covered in the Almanack. Contact me at [email protected].


Saturday, June 27, 2020

Survey: Adirondackers split on welcoming back visitors

In a survey of more than 1,000 Adirondack residents, two-thirds thought it was safe to move around their own community, and 45 percent said it was safe to welcome back tourists and visitors

Prior to phase 3 of New York States reopening process, ROOST (The Regional Office of New York Tourism) released a Resident Sentiment Survey to gain a better understanding of the comfort level of North Country residents regarding reopening the economy and getting society back on track.

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Wednesday, May 6, 2020

ANCA small business survey reveals majority still waiting on aid

In a recently conducted survey help better understand the impact the CARES act is having on North Country businesses, ANCA learned the following:

  • that out of the 119 business that responded, 3% were unable to apply due to limitations during the application process.
  • 95% of businesses applied to EIDL, PPP, or PUA programs, and of those that applied,
  • 62% did not hear from the program they applied to.
  • 21% have heard that they were approved for assistance,
  • and 8% received assistance.

ANCA staff will be following up with respondents of the survey during the coming weeks to continue to gather information about their experience with the stimulus programs. If you would like to contact ANCA and contribute your CARES act experience but did not take the survey, you can contact them at [email protected].