Children & Youth

Whereas a slight majority of residents in Columbia County had a positive impression of the recreational activities available to children and teens in 2007, 46% did not.  Now, residents in Columbia County divide.  Fifty percent have a positive view of these services while 49% have a negative view.

Half of residents believe the right amount of money is being spent on recreational activities for children and teens compared with 45% who think more needs to be done to improve their quality.

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After-School Activities

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Topline & Demography

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Community Rating Trend

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Community Rating & Region

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Community Rating & Demography

Chart: Community Rating: Recreational activities for children and teensDescription: Tags: Author: The Marist Pollcharts powered by iCharts

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Community Spending Trend

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Community Spending & Region

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Community Spending & Demography

Chart: Community Spending: Recreational activities for children and teensDescription: Tags: Author: The Marist Pollcharts powered by iCharts

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Child Care

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Topline & Region

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Topline & Demography

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Community Rating Trend

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Community Rating & Region

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Community Rating & Demography

Chart: Community Rating: Child care or early education programsDescription: Tags: Author: The Marist Pollcharts powered by iCharts

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Community Spending Trend

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Community Spending & Region

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Community Spending & Demography

Chart: Community Spending: Child care or early education programsDescription: Tags: Author: The Marist Pollcharts powered by iCharts

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Affordability of Child Care: Trend

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Affordability of Child Care 2012: Region

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Affordability of Child Care 2012: Demography

Chart: Financial Strain: Child careDescription: Tags: Author: The Marist Pollcharts powered by iCharts

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