On July 18th, 2011, Korean American Voters’ Council (KAVC) New York interns began the “Perceptions of Koreans” survey.
This survey was created to measure what other races/nationalities in our municipalities feel about Korean Americans. This survey is the first of its kind in the Korean American community. This is a great opportunity to measure their views and perceptions about Korean Americans anonymously.
7/18/2011- New York Intern Sangbo Nam (Hunter College HS) with a participant.
Today, KAVC interns moved from Parsons Blvd in Flushing to Northern Blvd/158th Street and collected 22 surveys. Also, 4 new Korean voters have registered.
7/18/2011 – Volunteer Jae Eun Kim (Hunter College HS) with a participant.
Interns in New Jersey gathered 78 surveys during the past two days in Palisades Park.