Waukesha County library system public opinion survey
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The goal of the Waukesha County Library System (WCLS) survey was to determine average library usage, opinions about the value of the WCLS, and economic considerations associated with the library. A key question to be addressed by this survey was to determine if people living in jurisdictions that don't currently have a library branch use them differently and have different opinions about them.
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