KU researcher doing follow-up on All-Star game

Kansas Citians were excited about the All Star baseball game last month. A researcher is studying the long-term impact of the events that included the game, activities downtown and a parade in the Plaza.

A researcher at the University of Kansas asked Midtown residents to take a survey of their perceptions before the All-Star baseball game held in Kansas City in July. Now Aaron Clopton wants your help with a follow-up survey to see how perceptions have changed since the game.

Clopton has done studies involving the OKC Thunder with Oklahoma City and the New Orleans Hornets in New Orleans. He’s working with the Mid-America Regional Council and the KC Mayor’s Office on the local study. The follow-up study takes about five minutes. If you’d like to share your opinions, here’s the link:

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