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Los Alamos National Laboratory has made significant improvements in the all important “favorable impression” category of an annual opinion survey.
The tracking study by Albuquerque-based Research & Polling, Inc. continues an annual program measuring the laboratory’s perceived performance and relationships with the communities of Northern New Mexico.
The sample is based on interviews conducted from Aug. 24 to Sept. 22 with 224 community leaders from a list of 302 names provided by the laboratory.
LANL Director Michael Anastasio let the cat out of the bag a couple of weeks ago, when he told community leaders at a meeting in Ohkay-Wingeh that the latest study had shown improvement.
“I hope that’s a sign that all the good things we’ve been doing are paying off,” he said.
In fact, the report states, “Over the past several years, Los Alamos Nationa Laboatory appears to have done an excellent job of building relationships with community leaders through Northern New Mexico.”
After a period of declining “favorables” during the years from 2003 through 2006, there have been three years of steady improvements.
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