From June 24 to July 21, 2020, the City of Philadelphia fielded a public survey to gauge opinions about the Christopher Columbus statue located in Marconi Plaza. The City sought to understand how Philadelphians feel about Christopher Columbus, the statue, and Marconi Plaza. Respondents were asked four open-ended questions about their opinions on these subjects. Demographic information was also collected. An analysis of the survey results was conducted by Julie Goodman, Associate Professor at Drexel University.
|Christopher Columbus Statue Public Survey Report PDF
|This report provides a summary and analysis of the feedback received by the City of Philadelphia in response to a public survey about the future of the Christopher Columbus Statue in Marconi Plaza.
|November 9, 2020