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1. What is the zip code of your current place of residence?
2. What percentage (%) of overall retail purchases do you make online?
3. How often do you make online purchases of the following items?
4. What percentage (%) of overall in-store retail purchases do you make in Tulsa city limits?
5. How often do you visit the following shopping areas in Tulsa city limits?
6. How often do you visit the following shopping areas out of Tulsa city limits?
7. Which of the following priorities is most important when deciding where to shop or dine?
8. If more walkable, open air shopping areas like Cherry St., Kendall Whittier, Tulsa Arts District, Utica Square and Brookside were developed near your home/work would you be more inclined to visit them as opposed to a more typical strip center?
9. How well do you feel the retail options in your neighborhood meet your common shopping needs: supermarkets, drug stores, hardware stores, restaurants, etc.? (0=does not meet my needs to 100=meets my needs very well)
10. What do you like about the shopping district in your neighborhood? i.e. convenience, quality, variety, experience, price, etc.
11. What would you change about the shopping district in your neighborhood? i.e. convenience, quality, variety, experience, price, etc.
12. What other types of commercial businesses would you like to see in your neighborhood?
13. What does the term "shop local" mean to you?
14. There is a concentration of Asian and Hispanic businesses in east Tulsa. The area may be identified as an “international district” with shopping, dining, and cultural activities representing several ethnicities. What features or activities might encourage/discourage you from visiting?
15. What additional thoughts would you like to share as the City prepares a strategy for retail development?
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