Younger, new to town think Dayton headed right way

Geese roam along the Great Miami River with the Dayton skyline in the background. STAFF
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Geese roam along the Great Miami River with the Dayton skyline in the background. STAFF

Younger people and newer residents are more likely to think Dayton is heading in the right direction, a new survey shows.

The opinion is shared by those making more money, too, according to a 2017 survey by Maryland firm OpinionWorks.

Roughly two-thirds of people who living in Dayton less than 10 years think the city is on the right track.

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Those in households making $75,000 or more are the most likely to say the city is on the right path, and those 18-34 also feel better about the city than other groups, the survey showed.

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