U-M releases survey saying Michigan government leaders more optimistic
Mlive.com reports while many leaders of local government in Michigan say they still are facing financial stress in their jurisdictions, they're noticing they've managed to stay more optimistic than in years past.
The Center for Local, State, and Urban Policy at the University of Michigan's Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy released a study Sunday with more details, reports Mlive.com.
The survey took place April 9 to June 18 and features jurisdictions from across the state. U-M also released numbers from the same survey earlier this year showing how local leaders feel about the direction of the state as well as elected leaders.
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