People in Hamilton believe their quality of life has improved over the past 12 months, according to the Quality of Life survey that Nielsen conducts every two years.
The results released this week show 84 per cent of Hamilton residents say they have a good quality of life, up from 82 per cent two years ago. One-third of residents believe their quality of life has improved compared to 12 months ago.
In the city centre, safety perceptions have significantly improved. Compared to 2016, the community is using public transport less and has given it a lower score in terms of safety, access, frequency, reliability and affordability.