OKLAHOMA CITY -- According to a new survey, Oklahoma City residents are increasingly optimistic about the future of their town.
The Oklahoma City Council got the results Tuesday.
The city conducts an annual survey of its residents.
City officials use the survey results as a tool when creating the city's annual budget.
A whopping 83% of respondents said they have an excellent or good feeling about whether Oklahoma City is moving in the right direction.
As usual, the majority of respondents are unhappy with the condition of city streets.
Only 25% said they were satisfied with Oklahoma City roadways.