The Oakland Raiders have distributed a survey through the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce according to the Las Vegas Review Journal, adding to their interest to move the team to Sin City.
The 83-question survey was reportedly emailed to more than 10,000 addresses in the chambers database on Monday, designed to gauge interest in the team's potential relocation to Las Vegas and a construction of a domed stadium.
Cara Clarke, associate vice president of communications for the chamber, told The Review Journal on Monday that the survey was designed by the Raiders and is similar to what the chamber sent out when they were exploring the expansion of the National Hockey League, which was just recently approved.
The survey reportedly asked for levels of interest of the Raiders coming to Las Vegas, as well as preferences of stadium seating. However, The Review Journal says that it didn't include any questions regarding the ever-debated public vs. private financing for the project.
This is just another step owner Mark Davis and the Raiders are taking to make sure any possible relocation would be the right move. The Raiders have struggled to find a home, and they continue to show increased interest in Las Vegas.