Residents give Temecula high marks in 2021 Community Opinion Survey

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True North Research President Tim McLarney, Ph.D. explains the results of Temecula’s 2021 Community Opinion Survey to Temecula City Council during the July 13 regular council meeting. Valley News/Courtesy photo
Residents of Temecula gave the city high marks according to the 2021 Community Opinion Survey findings reported to city council during the July 13 regular meeting. The presentation, given by True North Research President Tim McLarney, Ph.D., showed the overwhelming majority (88%) of respondents shared favorable opinions of the quality of life in Temecula, with 52% reporting it is excellent and 36% stating it is good. Only 11% of residents indicated the quality of life in the city is fair, and a mere 1% used poor or very poor to describe quality of life in the city. According to McLarney, the survey, which was done during the time of the COVID-19 pandemic, used a specific methodology designed to assess perceptions of the quality of life in the city as well as measure residents’ sati
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