According to a new Knoxville Chamber survey, most Knox County residents say education is the most important factor to improve the economy.
The Chamber partnered with Bryant Research to conduct this survey of 900 people. It was a random sample of registered voters divided into nine Knox County commission districts.
One of the key findings was that 90 percent of voters said effective education was the most important thing to improve the economy. Education rated above recruiting companies (80 percent), investing in infrastructure (59 percent), and reducing taxes (47 percent).
To read more of the survey results, visit the following links:
Overview of poll findings
Summary of results