A Report Card from Missourians - 2013
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A Report Card from Missourians - 2013

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      Overall statewide satisfaction with MoDOT and additional feedback about MoDOT’s operations was obtained from a representative sample of the general adult public in Missouri. A professional calling center was engaged to obtain a diverse sample across Missouri. Specific minimums were given, such as 500 responses per district, with gender and age-range targets for each county in Missouri. 3,552 completed responses were obtained between July 9, 2013 and ending on August 1, 2013. Additional calls were made from August 2, 2013 to August 19, 2013 to ensure a representative sample for all questions. With the exception of a few questions (e.g., demographics), all statewide results presented in this document are weighted results. The data was weighted in accordance with the true distribution of the regional population in terms of geographic (county), gender, and age distributions using the most recent (2010) US government census information available. Following past practice, all district measures presented in this document are unweighted. With a minimum of 500 responses per district, the district measures have a 95% level of confidence with a precision (margin of error) of +/- 4.4%. The statewide results for the stratified-random sample of 3,552 Missourians have a 95% level of confidence with a precision of +/- 1.6%.
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