The Los Angeles Leaders Survey began in conjunction with the Los Angeles Public Opinion Survey in order to compare the outlook of leaders in Los Angeles to public opinion. The survey consists of face-to-face interviews with a pre-determined group of leaders each year, and, since 2014, has surveyed mayors, city managers, and public school superintendents. Respondents are asked questions about quality-of-life perceptions, personal economic wellbeing, economic concerns, overall life satisfaction, and various civic issues. A total of 169 leaders have been surveyed.
For all Los Angeles Leaders Survey reports, visit our Reports Page.