Posted on July 20, 2011
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.