When asked how things are going in their neighborhood, city, or the greater L.A. region, positive responses this year equaled or approached their lowest levels since the survey began in 2014.
The question was one of dozens asked by the Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Center for the Study of Los Angeles as part of its Forecast LA conference, which includes a wide-ranging survey of Angelenos about the region’s economic outlook and political climate. The conference will be held at LMU on April 19.
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