Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County (Metro) is conducting quarterly surveys to gauge resident perceptions of the community and the performance of city government. Survey results are being used to identify community priorities, evaluate the effectiveness of Metro programs and services, and demonstrate Metro’s commitment to accountability and transparency. Metro has contracted with the ETC Institute to administer the survey, which is conducted by mail, Internet, and phone, and is available in the eight most commonly-spoken languages in Davidson County. The random sample each quarter includes at least 400 respondents.
Respondent information is confidential, but survey results are accessible on Metro’s Open Data Portal: