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1 Done totally, completely, and 100% by Tess Vanhorn, Jake “Barney” Hollander, and Nick Wujciak, so they have no idea why they titled it “Mr. Magay’s Survey”

2 Q: How many customers does the local television cable system serve, and what is the geographical extent of the service area? A: Princeton MA doesn’t have a local television cable system, so its residents are forced to rely on other options such as DISH-network and HDTV.

3 Q: How many planes fly in and out of the local airport each day? What cities do they come from? Where do they go? A: In total, there are 58 flights a day FROM the Manchester Airport in New Hampshire: 1 plane goes to Atlanta, 3 planes go to Detroit, 4 planes go to Newark, 4 planes go to Cleveland, 9 planes go to Baltimore, 4 planes go to Philadelphia, 10 planes go to Chicago, 3 planes go to Orlando, 2 planes go to Tampa, 1 plane goes to Las Vegas, 1 plane goes to Phoenix, and 6 planes go to Washington. There are 28 that go TO the Manchester Airport: 5 from Philadelphia, 3 from Detroit, 3 from New York, 2 from Newark, 4 from Buffalo, 4 from Baltimore, 1 from Tampa Bay, 3 from Chicago, and 3 from Jacksonville.

4 Q: How many customers does the local Internet provider serve, and what is the extent of the local service area? A: Princeton MA doesn’t have a local Internet provider, so its residents are forced to resort to Hughes net or Fios.

5 Q: How many subscribers does the local Newspaper serve? What is the geographical content of the newspaper’s distribution? A: The “Worcester Telegram”, Princeton’s local Newspaper, serves 75,000 people and covers all of Worcester Country and three towns in Connecticut.

6 Q: Where, how far, and how often do you and your family travel to shop for clothes and household items? A: Leominster,15 miles, groceries - once a week. Clothes - once a month.

7 Q: Where, how far, and how often do you and your family travel for vacations? A: Florida - 1,374 miles - once every 2 years

8 Q: Where, how far, and how often do you and your family travel for recreational purposes or cultural purposes? A: Only skiing, at Mount Watchusett, 20 miles, everyday, party - once a month - anywhere in the state.

9 Q: Where did your family buy its latest car? How far did you travel to buy it? A: 2 years ago, 25 miles.

10  Approximately 45 s per week  Classified as: Music and Video Games Sports Junk and Trash Other

11 About 300 new students came from around the US and the globe About 150 left moved to US and international locations

12 About 207 per year Travels ½ - 2 ½ hrs game

13 About 7500 people each week end. They come form the New England Area. 72,000 sq. mi travel region


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