A Pew study of the Free Library of Philadelphia found it’s struggling to cope with changing needs and declining funding.
Poll director Larry Eichel doesn’t see those findings — a desire to lower taxes and yet preserve services — as contradictory.
The poll by the research arm of the Pew Charitable Trusts is the fourth annual survey of city residents’ outlook on the present and future state of the city.
Philadelphia seems to be moving in the right direction on several key indicators, according to a “State of the City” report released yesterday.
One survey that keeps its finger on the pulse of Philadelphia’s attitude sees a “downward drift” in the way residents view the city.
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