Christopher Landavazo, a candidate for West Hollywood City Council, on Thursday released the results of a survey his campaign conducted to gauge voter sentiment.
The top five issues according to respondents were "going green," council term limits, civic engagement, affordable housing and a tie for fifth place between economic development and social services.
Survey takers who felt the city was responsive to residents totaled 27 percent, while 21.6 percent thought the city was either very responsive or unresponsive.
Thirty-seven Weho residents, most of whom were gay men who have lived in the city more than 15 years, took the survey.
"In an effort to connect, my campaign reached out via this survey in order to better understand the dynamics here in West Hollywood," Landavazo said in a posting on his website. "Elections and leaders should reflect the voices in our community."
Click here to view the complete survey results.