Tri-state residents appear to be generally satisfied with roads, housing and local issues affecting their everyday lives.
The results come from a survey by the Ohio Kentucky Indiana Regional Council of Governments.
Nearly 2,500 people responded to questions ranging from infrastructure to schools, energy efficiency, public health and other quality of life issues.
OKI plans a second campaign this summer. Survey findings will be turned into recommendations for local communities to use when making future plans and policy decisions.