CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 21, 2013 |
More people are flocking to downtown Los Angeles - and they have more money to spend, downtown advocates declared as they unveiled the results of a new study. "We have more people. They're making more money. They are more educated. And they are demanding more," said Carol Schatz, president and chief executive of the Downtown Center Business Improvement District. Schatz based her comments on an online survey promoted through community newspaper ads, postcards and door hangers.
January 28, 2014 |
Attention single guys: do not buy that mail truck. Aside from wonky steering wheel placement and the mistrust of dogs everywhere, no vehicle on the road today is less likely to be driven by an attractive man than a mail truck, according to a recent survey by Insure.com. The online survey polled 2,000 licensed drivers 18 and older, and asked them the reality show-caliber question: What qualities in a vehicle were most likely to be driven by attractive members of the opposite sex?
August 30, 2008 |
The Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs is in the process of developing its first cultural master plan since 1991, and the agency wants your input. Along with holding community meetings throughout the city over the next few months, Cultural Affairs also invites the public to take an online survey detailing individual cultural activities, preferences and motivations. To take the survey, visit www.culturalplan.lacity.org. -- Diane Haithman
December 19, 2004
Re "Your Way for the Highways?" Dec. 14: As a traveling salesman in Southern California, I was very interested in participating in Caltrans' online survey. Once online, I discovered that the carefully worded questions, with their pre-selected answers, did not allow for any comment. Oh, I could have commented on rest areas, but I don't have too much chance to use any in L.A. or Orange counties, as there are none. I wonder what this latest boondoggle is costing taxpayers? Maybe it comes from the same person who designed the exits for the carpool lanes?
September 18, 1997 |
A recent survey from New York advertising agency BBDO Worldwide, a unit of Omnicom Group Inc., shows consumers like outdoor advertising, such as billboards, signs on buses, trains and phone booths and so on. The agency said that 75% of consumers responding to the online survey said they didn't mind, or even liked, outdoor ads. When asked what form of outdoor advertising they liked best, billboards received the most responses (18%).
August 16, 1998
Airline customers are mad as hell, and they're just not taking it anymore--or are they? Only 417 travelers--about enough to fill a jumbo jet--responded last month to an online survey titled the "Air Traveler's Bill of Rights," launched with fanfare by the American Society of Travel Agents. That wasn't enough to get airline-by-airline ratings, and ASTA conceded it was disappointed. Still, a solid 66.