How did you get my address?
Your address was sampled at random from a list of all addresses from the post office. This is a standard service offered by the post office. It is not a city government file and no household member is named in the file.

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1. How did you get my address?
2. What will be done with the results?
3. I live outside of the City limits. What should I do?
4. I received your survey, and while I own the property that it was sent to, I don’t live there. What should I do?
5. What is the purpose of requesting the person who most recently had a birthday complete the survey?
6. I am the person in my household who most recently had a birthday, but I am not very informed about the issues covered in the survey. Can I give the survey to someone else in my household?
7. I doubt that you are interested in my opinion, since I rarely leave my senior home. Should I really complete the survey?
8. If I filled out the survey when I first received it, should I fill it out again now that I have received a second copy?
9. I was not sent a survey, but I would be happy to complete one, and I think you should be interested in my opinion.
10. Why is “Hispanic” separate from “Race”?