Growth, Housing and Land-use Referendums

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Florida Opinion Research has worked on projects as diverse as gaining public approval for ingress and egress roadways, development approval by public vote, bond issue passage for roads, open space funding, repealing impact fees assessments, zoning referendums, and site approval for public recreation facilities. Additionally, company President Paul Fallon has worked extensively on traffic and transportation planning studies.

With three years as the director of public opinion research for the National Association of Homebuilders and 20 years working for local groups, agencies and organizations, Mr. Fallon has a keen understanding of growth and land use issues and what questions need to be asked. Mr. Fallon will help your campaign navigate the complex challenges that accompany a land-use or growth ballot initiative

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About Paul Fallon

<span class="serif">About</span> Paul Fallon

Paul Fallon is a public opinion researcher, political pollster and strategic advisor for corporations, levy committees, interest groups, political campaigns and public agencies and organizations. He also conducts customer, member, contributor and citizen satisfaction studies for government agencies, corporations, industry, trade associations and labor groups. READ MORE

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