(STILLWATER, OKLAHOMA / July 29, 2019) – Last week, the City of Stillwater surveyed local residents on emergency preparedness using FlashVote, an online surveying tool. Emergency Management was seeking data to more accurately plan for future emergencies.
According to the survey, most Stillwater locals store First-aid kits and flashlights with extra batteries as their chosen emergency items. Most residents prefer to receive ongoing emergency updates through text message. Check out the full results here: https://www.flashvote.com/stillwater-ok/surveys/emergency-preparedness-07-19?via=email
Don't miss the next FlashVote. Sign up here: https://www.flashvote.com/stillwaterok
For more data, be sure to use the drop down filters like age, gender and location to interpret the results.
Stillwater is the first city in Oklahoma to start using FlashVote, a scientific survey service provider. The surveys are five questions or less and take no more than one to two minutes to fill out. The surveys will cover a wide range of topics.
When residents sign up, they get to determine how they want to receive the surveys — whether by email, text or phone call. They will receive a notification whenever there is a new survey, and they will have 48 hours to participate before voting closes. Once the survey is closed, anyone who participated will receive the results and will see how his or her responses compare to the group.
FlashVote works to engage residents by making participation simple and anonymous. While personal information is not shared with the City, it does allow for localized reports.
Residents can sign up quickly via the web at https://www.flashvote.com/stillwaterok
To sign up by phone, call 775.235.2340 and mention you want to sign up for FlashVote in Stillwater. Residents who choose to participate can also opt out at any time. User information is not shared with other organizations.
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