Public Policy Forum: Deep Dive: Dignity Health CityBeat Poll

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Name: Public Policy Forum: Deep Dive: Dignity Health CityBeat Poll
Date: February 13, 2019
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM PST
Registration: Register Now
Event Description:

Public Policy Forum: 
Deep Dive into the Dignity Health CityBeat Poll

Please join us on February 13, 2019 for a Public Policy Forum as David Binder presents a deep dive into the results of the 2019 Dignity Health CityBeat Poll. The Chamber's annual CityBeat Poll provides a snapshot of the priorities, preferences, and thoughts of San Francisco residents. The poll has asked a standard set of questions since 2006, allowing the Chamber to track changes in voter attitudes over an extended time sample. 

David is the founder of David Binder Research (DBR) and brings over two decades of experience in statistical and qualitative analysis. His company David Binder Research has provided research and insight to political, government, and private sector clients. DBR has enjoyed a long-term ongoing partnership with President Barack Obama’s White House, providing award-winning messaging work and conducting research on a number of different initiatives.

Join us on Wednesday, February 13 to find out more about the Dignity Health CityBeat Poll results. The forum begins at 1:00pm in the Chamber boardroom.  PLEASE NOTE SPECIAL TIME. 

Light lunch will be provided thanks to our generous sponsors at Safeway

The Chamber's Public Policy Forums are held monthly to help partners understand and engage in key issues impacting the business community. Forums feature elected representatives, city department heads, subject-matter experts and community leaders in a facilitated dialogue on issues of concern. 
Chamber Boardroom
235 Montgomery Street, Suite 760
San Francisco, CA  94104
Date/Time Information:
Wednesday, February 13, 2019
1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
Contact Information:
Mary Young
Free for members!
Non-members encouraged to participate and must email for access.

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