2018 league survey results.

Just after the end of the season we sent out the annual league questionnaire. This is an opportunity to learn what the stakeholders in the league (i.e.: you guys) feel about what is going right, what could be done better and where are we going.
We've gotten 28 responses, which is a little over 56 percent.

On the whole people think things are going well.
For the TL:DR contingent, here are the bullet points:
  • The average score for rate the season on a scale of 1-10 was 8.58
  • 100 percent felt the league was heading in the right direction.
  • Those planning to return was 89.3 percent, not returning was zero, and unsure was 10.3 percent.
  • The level of competition was rated 9.4 out of 10
  • Umpiring rated an 7.9 /10
  • Managers, in terms of communication, organization and treatment of players, rated 8.3 of 10 
  • The league president, in terms of communication, fairness, and leadership, rated 9.3 of 10.
  • 71.4 percent feel the league is the right size, 28.6 percent feel we should expand.
  • 89 percent are happy with 14-man rosters.
  • 82 percent felt the length of season is just right, and 18 percent felt it is too short. No one thought the season is too long.
  • Night games for the playoffs at McKenzie rated 9.1 out of 10. And 89.3 percent felt we should do nighttime playoffs again next year.
Here is the link to the full survey results and all comments.