Investing in Place: Two Generations' View on the Future of Communities
Results from APA's 2014 National Poll
APA's 2014 national poll surveyed Millennials and Baby Boomers on community preferences and dispels popular assumptions on how to improve local economies and attract new residents.
The wide-ranging national survey finds that Millennials and Baby Boomers want cities to focus less on recruiting new companies and more on investing in new transportation options, walkable communities, and making the area as attractive as possible. The poll also showed the perceived importance of shared economies, high-speed internet access, and housing where they can live as they grow older.
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