The annual survey, launched by Preston’s Business Improvement District (BID), gathers opinions on shopping, leisure activities, travel, vibrancy and safety.
Mark Whittle from Preston BID said: "The BID has regular dialogue with businesses to shape the work we do on their behalf. In order for the city centre to continue to grow and improve, it’s vital that we take a sounding from our visitors too.
"The feedback gathered from the 2018 survey will assist us, and other city centre stakeholders, in ensuring Preston remains an attractive place to visit, work and invest."
BID have been running the survey since 2010 and use it as part of their annual activity plan.
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Last year’s survey saw more than 1,000 take part, with more than 80 per cent stating that BID’s campaigns and events were of ‘significant value’ to the city centre.
The survey is live at www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BiD2018, running until June 1.