Tagged: Poverty

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2019 Spring Q34f

Which of the following groups within your jurisdiction, if any, are you concerned may be hard to count in the 2020 Census? Residents living in poverty

2018 Spring Q18c

To the best of your knowledge, please indicate if the following are needed by residents in your community to help make ends meet and-- if so-- whether those needs are being met. Emergency food (food pantries, soup kitchens, etc.)

2018 Spring Q22h

Whether or not your jurisdiction has resources or authority to implement a particular policy, which of the following, if any, have been topics of discussion within your jurisdiction's government-- including at Board/Council meetings-- within the past 12 months? (check all that apply) Drug treatment programs

2018 Spring Q18d

To the best of your knowledge, please indicate if the following are needed by residents in your community to help make ends meet and-- if so-- whether those needs are being met. Public transportation (bus or ride services, etc.)

2018 Spring Q23

Aside from any standard property tax exemptions for residents below the poverty level, does your jurisdiction currently have any formal local programs or policies of its own to address poverty or economic hardship in the community?

2018 Spring Q18e

To the best of your knowledge, please indicate if the following are needed by residents in your community to help make ends meet and-- if so-- whether those needs are being met. Subsidized healthcare (federally qualified health centers, CHIP, Medicaid, etc.)

2018 Spring Q25

To what extent, if any, does your jurisdiction partner with local groups (e.g., schools, community organizations, churches, nonprofits, etc.) to provide resources or services for low-income residents in your jurisdiction?

2018 Spring Q18f

To the best of your knowledge, please indicate if the following are needed by residents in your community to help make ends meet and-- if so-- whether those needs are being met. Subsidized childcare and pre-K programs

2018 Spring Q26a

In your opinion, do the following groups or individuals think your jurisdiction currently does too much, about the right amount, or too little to address local poverty or economic hardship? The majority of your jurisdiction's Board/Council

2018 Spring Q18g

To the best of your knowledge, please indicate if the following are needed by residents in your community to help make ends meet and-- if so-- whether those needs are being met. Job training/workforce development

2018 Spring Q26b

In your opinion, do the following groups or individuals think your jurisdiction currently does too much, about the right amount, or too little to address local poverty or economic hardship? The majority of your jurisdiction's residents

2018 Spring Q18h

To the best of your knowledge, please indicate if the following are needed by residents in your community to help make ends meet and-- if so-- whether those needs are being met. Drug treatment programs

2018 Spring Q26c

In your opinion, do the following groups or individuals think your jurisdiction currently does too much, about the right amount, or too little to address local poverty or economic hardship? You in your role as a local official

2018 Spring Q19

To what extent, if any, would you say that people's inability to pay minor legal fees and costs (e.g., traffic citations, parking fines, license suspensions, court fees, bail, etc.) is a cause of significant economic hardship for residents in your jurisdiction?

2018 Spring Q20

To the best of your knowledge, approximately what percentage of people in your community do you think live under the federal poverty level (that is, with an annual income level below $12,140 for individuals and below $25,100 for a family of four.)

2018 Spring Q21

Now regardless of whether or not your community has residents below the federal poverty level, to the best of your knowledge, approximately what percentage of people in your community would you say struggle to make ends meet?

2018 Spring Q22a

Whether or not your jurisdiction has resources or authority to implement a particular policy, which of the following, if any, have been topics of discussion within your jurisdiction's government-- including at Board/Council meetings-- within the past 12 months? (check all that apply) Affordable housing

2018 Spring Q22b

Whether or not your jurisdiction has resources or authority to implement a particular policy, which of the following, if any, have been topics of discussion within your jurisdiction's government-- including at Board/Council meetings-- within the past 12 months? (check all that apply) Emergency housing (homeless shelters, domestic violence shelters, warming centers, etc.)

2018 Spring Q22c

Whether or not your jurisdiction has resources or authority to implement a particular policy, which of the following, if any, have been topics of discussion within your jurisdiction's government-- including at Board/Council meetings-- within the past 12 months? (check all that apply) Emergency food (food pantries, soup kitchens, etc.)

2018 Spring Q22d

Whether or not your jurisdiction has resources or authority to implement a particular policy, which of the following, if any, have been topics of discussion within your jurisdiction's government-- including at Board/Council meetings-- within the past 12 months? (check all that apply) Public transportation (bus or ride services, etc.)