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Do you support or oppose a change in zoning laws to increase height limits?

This poll focuses on Long Island residents’ ongoing concerns about local life with a special focus on the local housing supply and its affordability. It was conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates during the fall of 2015.

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2015

How serious a problem is the lack of affordable housing in your county?

This poll focuses on Long Island residents’ ongoing concerns about local life with a special focus on the local housing supply and its affordability. It was conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates during the fall of 2015.

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2015

Housing Choice and Affordability on Long Island & Beyond

A public opinion survey of suburban NY Metro area residents, conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates.

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2015

Multifamily, Rental Housing on Long Island

A brief review of multifamily, rental housing on Long Island. Based on research completed by the Long Island Index in 2015.

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2015

Long Island is in Trouble

If we choose to do nothing now, Long Island will be a significantly older and more expensive place to live in a short two decades.

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2015

Families and Children Living in Poverty

Poverty and inequality among Long Island children.

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2015

Pre-K Availability on Long Island

Map showing pre-K availability on Long Island by school district.

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2015

Long Island’s Transformation

Interactive maps of Long Island from 1970-2010 show historical trends in population growth, demographics, education, income, and employment.

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2015

Long Island’s Future: Executive Summary

A summary of the original study, examining the impacts of Long Island-wide initiatives that could address some of the region’s most intractable issues.

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2015

Long Island’s Future: Economic Implications of Today’s Choices

This study examines the impacts of Long Island-wide initiatives that could address some of the region’s most intractable issues.

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2015

Still Separate & Not Getting More Equal

The persistence of economic and racial inequalities in education on Long Island.

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2015

Racial Composition by Poverty Level, 2013

Racial composition by level of poverty in Long Island schools, 2013

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2015

Percent of Individuals Below Federal Poverty Line, 2007-2013

Percent of Long Island Individuals below the Federal poverty line, 2007-2013

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2015

Ratio of Median Sales Price to Median Household Income, 2000-2013

Ratio of median sales price to median household income on Long Island, 2000-2013

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2015

Average Pay Per Employee, 2005-2014

Average pay per employee on Long Island and in the US, 2005 – 1Q 2014

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2015

Family Type, 2000-2013

Family type on Long Island, 2000-2013

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2015

Income and Rent, 2001-2013

Income and rent on Long Island, 2001-2013

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2015

Percent Passing English 4 on LI, 2006 – 2013

School Poverty on Long Island: Percent of students passing English 4, 2006-2013

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2015

Venture Capital Financing

Long Island firms receive relatively little venture capital. Investment has declined since 2011.

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2015

English Language Learners LI & NYS, 2001-2013

Percent of English Language Learners on Long Island & NYS, 2001-2013

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2015

Passing English 4 LI & NYS, 2006 – 2013

Percent of students passing English 4 on Long Island & NYS, 2006-2013

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2015

Percent of Individuals Below 200% of the Federal Poverty Line, 2007-2013

Percent of Long Island Individuals below 200% of the Federal poverty line, 2007-2013

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2015

Passing Math 4 LI & NYS, 2006-2013

Percent of students passing Math 4 on Long Island & NYS, 2006-2013

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2015

Passing English 8 on LI, 2006-2013

School Poverty on Long Island: Percent of students passing English 8, 2006-2013

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2015

Federal Small Business Innovation Research Technology Transfer Awards to Long Island

Small technology companies on Long Island remain competitive in attracting federal funding under the SBIR/STTR programs, which directly supports the private sector in the development and commercialization of innovative and early-stage technologies with significant potential for financial, economic and societal impact.

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2015
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