The online survey, which included 15 questions and was distributed by the 1 October Memorial Committee, ran between March 1 and 14.
The “Vegas Strong” banner that hangs at T-Mobile Arena to memorialize the victims of the Route 91 Harvest music festival mass shooting was recently updated to reflect the official death toll.
“It is so important that we come up with a memorial that we can all be proud of, one that best reflects the wishes of those affected,” said Mynda Smith, whose sister died in the mass shooting.
The survey has been described by the 1 October Memorial Committee as the first of many questionnaires that will be conducted throughout the planning process.
Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene stirred more controversy with a social media post claiming the Las Vegas mass shooting may have been part of a plot to get Republicans to give up their guns.
“Changing it to 60 may feel like an entire understanding that’s built up over the last 3 years must change as well,” according to a psychology professor.
The ceremony will mark the third year Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman has read the names of the victims at the healing garden downtown.
The Raiders paid their respects Thursday to those affected by the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting.
Nevada’s two senators led an outpouring of sympathy and support Thursday for the victims, survivors, families and first responders of the worst mass shooting in U.S. history.
“Now I don’t have this weird feeling of being in limbo, wondering where my family fits in all of this,” said the daughter of the 59th victim.