Lake Erie Public Opinion Research & What it Means for Our Freshwater Work

Webinar time: 1pm-2:15pm ET on Thursday May 12

Over the last few months there have been several studies conducted to understand the views of the Great Lakes public with regards to the health and value of the Great Lakes.

The Canadian Freshwater Alliance and the Michigan League of Conservation Voters Education Fund have both conducted public opinion research focused on the Lake Erie basin. During this webinar, we will share our findings within the context of the broader research, and explore how this research can inform our collective efforts to mitigate algal blooms in Lake Erie.

The Canadian Freshwater Alliance results are based on a professional online survey conducted by McAllister Opinion Research of 1,201 residents of Southwest Ontario aged 18 years or older, fielded November 18-28, 2015.

Michigan League of Conservation Voters Education Fund results are based on multiple focus groups conducted in both Ohio and Michigan, and phone surveys in both states conducted in February 2016.

Raj Gill, Great Lakes Organizer, Canadian Freshwater Alliance
Jack Schmitt, Deputy Director, Michigan League of Conservation Voters
Tresa Undem, Perry Undem Research & Communication

Please note: this webinar is intended to facilitate a conversation within the environmental NGO community, and therefore registration is restricted to staff and volunteers of environmental not-for-profits and community groups.

Webinar time: 1pm-2:15pm ET

May 12, 2016 at 1pm - 2:15pm
Raj Gill ·

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