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What kind of Oregon do you want to live in?

Our first consultation with you in 2013 is a big one! Oregon’s Kitchen Table is serving as the home for all Oregonians to take part in the state’s 2013 Values and Beliefs survey this spring. The Oregon Values and Beliefs Sponsors – Oregon Community FoundationOregon Public BroadcastingOregon State UniversityOregon Health & Science University, and DHM Research – believe now is the time to give voice to all Oregonians. “This is a unique partnership that sets the table for Oregonians to help shape the future of the state,” said Adam Davis, Founder and Principal of DHM Research, and the research partner of the project.

If you’re already a member of Oregon’s Kitchen Table, you’ll receive an email with a link to the survey. Click on it to share what you think, value and believe about the kind of state you want to live in.

If you’re not already a member, this is a great opportunity to join and take part in this survey. It only happens once a decade! Go sign up for Oregon’s Kitchen Table, and then you will be asked to share your opinion about some of Oregon’s most pressing decisions — from health and health care to jobs and the economy. Oregonians will have until June 30, 2013 to submit input but can sign up on the website at any time. The information that you provide will be reported back to policy-makers and the public in an impartial and non-partisan way and will be part of the state’s decision making landscape for years to come.

Upon completion of the following questionnaire, you can choose to be entered into a raffle to win one of 45 prizes to be awarded at random: Five $200 cash cards, twenty 1959 Oregon Statehood and twenty 1954 Lewis and Clark Expedition blocks of 4, unused US commemorative postage stamps.
So pull up a chair and join the conversation on Oregon’s Values and Beliefs.

We want to hear from you!

Wendy Willis

Oregon Values and Beliefs Sponsors

  • Oregon Community Foundation
  • Oregon Public Broadcasting
  • Oregon State University
  • Oregon Health and Sciences University
  • DHM Research

Project Partners

  • Oregon’s Kitchen Table
  • Northwest Health Foundation
  • AARP Oregon
  • Rural Development Initiatives
  • Meyer Memorial Trust
  • Public Strategies Group