Guam residents believe increased military presence will contribute to jobs and revenue

HAGÅTÑA, Guam — A Guam Chamber of Commerce research survey found that 82% of Guam residents believe that increased military presence on the island will contribute to more jobs and greater tax revenue.

                 Anthology Research was commissioned to conduct the quantitative tracking study with Guam residents. This is a tracking study from the initial benchmark analysis conducted in 2007, and 500 random phone surveys were completed. Telephone interviews were conducted from April 15–26 with residents 18 years of age or older. Similar . . .

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