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Posted on: January 16, 2021

COVID Resident Survey Results

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From November 23 – December 13 the City of Blaine offered an online COVID-19 resident survey. The survey was promoted on social media, through the city website, and by local media. Over 1,100 Blaine residents participated in the survey. While the survey cannot statistically speak for the views of the entire city as a whole the results did give an insight into the views and opinions of these 1,100 residents.

These survey results are helping the city’s next round of COVID-19 related community outreach and communication.

Survey ResultsKnowledge

Survey participants reported high knowledge of:

  • Virus Transmission
  • COVID-19 Symptoms
  • Quarantine Procedures

Information Needs

Survey participants wanted more information about:

  • Testing Accuracy
  • Testing Locations
  • Current Laws and Regulations

Important Sources

Survey participants top information sources:

  • MDH
  • CDC
  • Local Television
  • City of Blaine Website
  • Blaine Emergency Notifications

Pandemic Problems

Survey participants reported the following household impacts:

  • Lack of Testing Options
  • Pandemic Uncertainty
  • Feeling Bored

Income Impact

43% Negatively Impacted

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