City of Dunedin Citizen Survey Results
CITY OF DUNEDIN SURVEY RESULTS 2019
RESEARCH BACKGROUND AND METHODOLOGY
The 2019 study was undertaken at the request of the City of Dunedin City Manager’s
Office and the Dunedin City Commission. The survey’s qualified respondents (1,277
surveys) represent a random sample of the general population of Dunedin residents.
An invitation to respond to the survey was emailed to a cross section of Dunedin
residents. The database included resident contact information provided by City staff, as
well as email addresses from RDS’s proprietary research panel. This approach provided
highly reliable data that assures representation across the population of Dunedin
residents. To minimize potential bias introduced by non-response, individuals who did
not respond on the first contact were subjected to up to four (4) reminders.
Additionally, a link to the survey was posted on the City’s website and included in City
communications. No significant differences were detected between the approaches of
administering the survey.
The 2019 Dunedin Citizens’ Opinion Survey results are based on 1,277 interviews,
completed during the months of February and March 2019.
At the 95% confidence level, the standard error of the probability sample underlying this
study is estimated to not exceed +2.7%.
Thank you to everyone that participated in the survey!