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How satisfied are you with your current housing?

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 easy or difficult was it to find an acceptable place to rent 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

Who do you live with?

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

Will you be able to afford to own or rent the kind of home that you want in the next five years?

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

Do you expect your next home to be larger or smaller than your current home?

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

Where do you expect to live in five years?

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

Do you own your home, rent, or have some other arrangement?

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

Would you prefer to walk or drive?

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

In five years, what type of residence do you expect to live in?

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

What type of home do you currently live in?

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 important is it to you to live within walking distance of shops and entertainment options?

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 important is it to you to live within walking distance of a train station or bus stop?

Responses may not add to 100% due to rounding. Results for LI residents only.

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2015

Do you think the quality of life has gotten better, worse or stayed the same?

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 strong of a sense of community do you feel?

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 strongly do you identify with 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 Permits Issued, 1990-2013

Housing permits issued per 1,000 residents, 1990-2013, LI, NYC & NY Region

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2015

Total Capital Investment by Industry

Total Capital Investment by industry on Long Island, 2005-2014

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2015

Change in Total Population for LI and Others, 2010-2013

Change in total population on Long Island and in other suburban communities, 2010-2013

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2015

Percent of Families Receiving Food Stamps, 2007-2013

Percent of Long Island families receiving food stamps, 2007-2013

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2015

College Readiness LI & NYS, 2006-2013

College readiness on Long Island & NYS, 2006-2013

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2015

Percent Change in Ridership, 2003-2013

Percent Change in Ridership on the Long Island Rail Road and others, 2003-2013

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2015

English Language Learners on LI, 2001-2013

School Poverty on Long Island: Percent of English language learners, 2001-2013

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2015

Racial and Ethnic Composition, 1990-2013

Racial and ethnic composition on Long Island, 1990-2013

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2015

LI Households with Housing Cost Burdens Compared to Others, 2013

Long Island households with housing cost burdens in comparison with other suburban communities, 2013

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2015

Share of population aged 55+, 2001-2013

Share of population aged 55 or more: Long Island, New York City and rest of New York region, 2001-2013

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2015
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