Dons fans have already offered to help fund the new stadium and community facilities.
A poll conducted by fans’ group Dons Supporters Together showed 40% of the 2,556 who took part would be willing to put up their own money to help build the facilities planned for the site at Kingsford.
The group also did anonline poll that showed 75% of Aberdeen supporters are in favour of the move away from Pittodrie to the new ground.
The survey gathered opinion on aspects of the development, including transport and parking, stadium design, matchday experience, atmosphere and funding.
Dons vice-chairman George Yule, pictured, said: “It is satisfying to see that the results of this comprehensive survey very much mirror the feedback that the club has received at the recent public consultations and, as they involve such a substantial number of fans.
“The survey results will help assist greatly as we begin the process of putting together a more detailed application for the proposed facilities at Kingsford.”
How the club would raise the necessary funds was among the main talking points. More than 76% backed plans to raise some of the cash by selling the naming rights for the stadium on top of the 40% who expressed a desire to pledge funds themselves.
The majority of fans also want to see a safe standing section introduced, like the one at Celtic Park. They also want the emphasis to be put on ensuring Aberdeen’s matches at the ground are more family friendly.