We are seeking your opinion about North Carolina's most pressing economic and community development priorities. Results from this survey will be combined with responses from across the state and shared with our General Assembly leaders in January of 2017.  Keep in mind, in the context of economic development, economic resilience becomes inclusive of three primary attributes: the ability to recover quickly from a shock, the ability to withstand a shock, and the ability to avoid the shock altogether. Establishing economic resilience in a local or regional economy requires the ability to anticipate risk, evaluate how that risk can impact key economic assets, and build a responsive capacity. 
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