Improving Richmond schools is the top concern for city voters, according to a new survey out Friday.
When asked their top priority, 93 percent of registered voters cited schools at their top priority. In fact, the majority of those polled gave the school system a C grade, in the ChamberRVA Mayoral Survey. The poll was conducted October 5 – 11 by the Southeastern Institute of Research and included 1,850 registered voters with at least 200 responses from each of the city’s nine districts. The margin of error is 2.3 percent.