Raider survey, sent by Vegas chamber, asks every question but one: public money

Las Vegas business leaders received a survey Monday morning sent by the Metro Chamber on behalf of the Oakland Raiders that asks about the proposed stadium but leaves out one teeny piece of the puzzle: How people feel about public money being spent.

The survey gauges how avid sports and Raiders fans people are, how they feel about the location of the proposed stadium and the all-important ability to tailgate. But how people feel about half or more of the cost being borne by taxpayers? Nada.

Here's what the email says:


The Oakland Raiders are seeking feedback from the Las Vegas business community about a proposed new stadium in the Las Vegas area, including season ticketing, club seating, luxury boxes, tailgating options, locations, and other options if the Raiders franchise were to relocate to Las Vegas and occupy a stadium in the Valley.

Please note that this survey is conducted independently of the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce and does not reflect any position of the Metro Chamber. 


And check out the survey for yourself here.