Many Voices One Valley 2012 explores what people in New York’s Mid-Hudson Valley think of living in the region. Conducted by the Marist College Institute for Public Opinion in partnership with the Dyson Foundation, the survey results document residents’ perceptions of the region over the past ten years.
Highlights of the Study provides an overview of key findings of Many Voices One Valley 2012. The Marist Poll’s Sue McCulloch gives visitors a snap shot of the latest survey results.
Helpful Hints to Navigate the Site, ManyVoicesOneValley.org, are presented. The Marist Poll’s Mary Griffith guides visitors through the basics to get started.
Making Ends Meet reports how residents of New York’s Mid-Hudson Valley perceive the affordability of the region and how they experience a wide range of issues affecting their family finances.
Health Matters reveals how residents in New York’s Mid-Hudson Valley perceive the wellness of health care in the region and tracks the factors that influence the ability of people to afford and access the care they need. People in counties throughout the region participated in the survey, and the results provide insight into their opinions and experiences.
Many Voices One Valley 2012 updates surveys conducted in 2007 and 2002 about how residents view life in the Mid-Hudson Valley, what is different and what has remained the same over the past decade. Learn More