CSLI Search Form
CSLI Search by Topic and Question
Each semester, the Center for the Study of Local Issues conducts a survey of Anne Arundel County residents who are at least 18 years old.
This page makes it possible for citizens to search by categories of information (topics) and specific questions.
The database is composed of questions asked since fall 1995. The number of questions per category varies based on the frequency
with which a topic has been surveyed.
Instructions: (1) Scan the categories, clicking on a topic of interest; (2) Examine the questions that appear once a category has
been chosen; and (3) Click on the question and then click on "GO!" - you will need to use the 'back' button to return to this page.
-- Categories --
Anne Arundel Community College Questions
Anne Arundel County: Economy
Anne Arundel County: General Questions
Anne Arundel County: Government Services
Anne Arundel County: Revenue Sources
Anne Arundel County: Right or Wrong Direction?
brac-Base Realignment and closure process
Cable Television - Viewing Habits
Child Development and Parenting
County Council - Citizen Attendance, Impression
Diversity - See Social Diversity
Economy (See Anne Arundel County: Economy)
Education - See Schools or Anne Arundel Community College
Growth and Development
Housing in Anne Arundel County
Ku Klux Klan
Light Rail (See Transportation also)
Maryland Hall for Creative Arts
MD State Legislation Non Budget
MD State Legislation Budget
Medical Insurance (See Health also)
Medicare (see Health also)
OJ Simpson - Response to Jury Verdict
Planning: Small Area Plans
Politics - Preferences, Voting Influences/Intentions, Citizen Participation
Problems in AA County: How Serious?
Race Track Proposal
Radio Stations - Listenership
Recreation and Parks
Stadiums - Building
State and Local Government
State of MD Economy
Tax/Revenue Cap in AA County
Taxes - Change, Types, Preferences
Transportation - Traffic, Commutes, Problems
War in Iraq
Youth - Most Important Problem
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