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2020 Spring Q12h

Comparing your jurisdiction's current fiscal year to its previous fiscal year, please consider the ways the following items have changed. Indicate whether - in your opinion - there has been a decrease, an increase, or no change from the previous fiscal year: General government operations needs

2020 Spring Q24f

Still thinking ahead to the November 2020 general election, to what extent, if any, do you expect the following will or will not be problems with election administration in your jurisdiction? Disturbances at polling places (e.g., inappropriate campaigning, voter intimidation, etc.)

2020 Spring Q26g

What additional resources does your jurisdiction currently need, if any, to help improve its election security? Assistance with contingency planning and crisis response

2020 Spring Q13d

Now, comparing your jurisdiction's current fiscal year to the next fiscal year, please indicate which actions your jurisdiction has taken or is likely to take: Amount of services provided

2020 Spring Q24g

Still thinking ahead to the November 2020 general election, to what extent, if any, do you expect the following will or will not be problems with election administration in your jurisdiction? Recruiting poll workers and other election staff with necessary skills (e.g., computer skills)

2020 Spring Q26h

What additional resources does your jurisdiction currently need, if any, to help improve its election security? Don't know

2020 Spring Q13g

Now, comparing your jurisdiction's current fiscal year to the next fiscal year, please indicate which actions your jurisdiction has taken or is likely to take: Human services spending

2020 Spring Q24h

Still thinking ahead to the November 2020 general election, to what extent, if any, do you expect the following will or will not be problems with election administration in your jurisdiction? Recruiting enough poll workers and other election staff (regardless of their skills)

2020 Spring Q28a

Now, thinking about election-related training for your jurisdiction, overall, how effective or ineffective would you say the following are? Poll worker training by the County

2020 Spring Q13h

Now, comparing your jurisdiction's current fiscal year to the next fiscal year, please indicate which actions your jurisdiction has taken or is likely to take: General government operations spending

2020 Spring Q24i

Still thinking ahead to the November 2020 general election, to what extent, if any, do you expect the following will or will not be problems with election administration in your jurisdiction? Poll worker errors in following election procedures

2020 Spring Q28b

Now, thinking about election-related training for your jurisdiction, overall, how effective or ineffective would you say the following are? Initial training for new clerks by the State

2020 Spring Q13j

Now, comparing your jurisdiction's current fiscal year to the next fiscal year, please indicate which actions your jurisdiction has taken or is likely to take: Privatizing or contracting out of services

2020 Spring Q24j

Still thinking ahead to the November 2020 general election, to what extent, if any, do you expect the following will or will not be problems with election administration in your jurisdiction? Intentional disinformation targeted at your jurisdiction’s citizens about voting procedures or other election issues

2020 Spring Q28c

Now, thinking about election-related training for your jurisdiction, overall, how effective or ineffective would you say the following are? Continuing education for clerks by the State

2020 Spring Q21a

In November 2018, Michigan voters approved the "Voting Policies in State Constitution Initiative" (Proposal 3). To the best of your knowledge, have the specific reforms listed below had a positive or negative impact on your jurisdiction's administration of the elections since then? Voter registration up to 15 days before an election via mail-in, online, and at a Secretary of State's office

2020 Spring Q25a

Now, thinking specifically about election security for the upcoming November 2020 general election, how confident are you that  your jurisdiction's voting machines and related technology will not be compromised (i.e., tampered with or hacked)?

2020 Spring Q29a

Overall, to what extent would you say you are confident in the ability of your jurisdiction to administer an accurate election?

2020 Spring Q21b

In November 2018, Michigan voters approved the "Voting Policies in State Constitution Initiative" (Proposal 3). To the best of your knowledge, have the specific reforms listed below had a positive or negative impact on your jurisdiction's administration of the elections since then? In-person, same-day voter registration up to and including election day at your local clerk's office

2020 Spring Q25b

Now, thinking specifically about election security for the upcoming November 2020 general election, how confident are you that voter rolls in your jurisdiction will not be compromised (i.e., altered, hacked, made inaccessible, etc.)?