FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Fresno residents are sharing their top issues about their city -- in a new survey.
The Fresno County Civic Engagement Table coalitions conducted the "Fresno Speaks" survey with more than 1,800 registered voters.
In its third consecutive year, the study found affordable housing, homelessness, crime and gun violence are top concerns.
But issues rank differently depending on a person's background.
The survey results show strong support for public safety solutions -- including greater access to mental health and job opportunities to reduce violence.
Many residents also say they struggle to access city resources.
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