Economy

Not surprisingly the economy is top of mind in 2012.  The top concern for residents at this time, overall, is keeping businesses in the area.  Employment also tops the list of important issues for Mid-Hudson Valley residents.

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Income & Education


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Quality of Jobs as a Priority

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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: The quality of jobsDescription: Mid-Hudson Valley Quality of Jobs 2012: Community Rating & DemographyTags: Many Voices One Valley 2012Author: 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: The quality of jobsDescription: Mid-Hudson Valley Quality Jobs 2012: Community Spending & DemographyTags: Many Voices One Valley 2012Author: The Marist Pollcharts powered by iCharts

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Jobs in the Mid-Hudson Valley

Direction of the Economy 2012: Region

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Direction of the Economy 2012: Demography

Chart: Right now do you think the Mid-Hudson Valley economy is getting better, getting worse, or staying about the same?Description: Mid-Hudson Valley Direction of the Economy 2012: DemographyTags: Many Voices One Valley 2012Author: The Marist Pollcharts powered by iCharts

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Job Loss Concerns 2012: Region

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Job Loss Concerns 2012: Demography

Chart: How concerned are you that in the next 12 months you or someone else in your household might be out of work and looking for a job: Description: Mid-Hudson Valley Job Loss Concerns 2012: DemographyTags: Many Voices One Valley 2012Author: The Marist Pollcharts powered by iCharts

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Job Opportunities 2012: Region

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Job Opportunities 2012: Demography

Chart: Thinking now about job opportunities where you live, would you say there are plenty of jobs available in your community or are jobs difficult to find?Description: Mid-Hudson Valley Job Opportunities 2012: DemographyTags: Many Voices One Valley 2012Author: The Marist Pollcharts powered by iCharts

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Difficulty Finding a Job: Trend

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Difficulty Finding a Job 2012: Region

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Difficulty Finding a Job 2012: Demography

Chart: If you were to lose your job would it be very difficult, difficult, not very difficult, or not difficult at all to find another similar position about the same distance from your home?Description: Mid-Hudson Valley Difficulty Finding a Job 2012: DemographyTags: Many Voices One Valley 2012Author: The Marist Pollcharts powered by iCharts

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Impact of Recession on Jobs 2012: Region

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Impact of Recession on Jobs 2012: Demography

Chart: Just from what you’ve seen or heard, do you think the jobs that your community has lost in this recession will probably come back when the economy improves, or do you think they were jobs that will probably never come back?Description: Mid-Hudson Valley Impact of Recession on Jobs 2012: DemographyTags: Many Voices One Valley 2012Author: The Marist Pollcharts powered by iCharts

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Working in the Mid-Hudson Valley

Employed: Trend

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Employed 2012: Region

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Employed 2012: Demography

Chart: Household EmploymentDescription: Mid-Hudson Valley Employed: DemographyTags: Many Voices One Valley 2012Author: The Marist Pollcharts powered by iCharts

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Average Number of Jobs in Household: Trend

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Average Number of Jobs in Household 2012: Region

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Average Number of Jobs in Household 2012: Demography

Chart: Total number of jobs held in householdDescription: Mid-Hudson Valley Average Number of Jobs in Household 2012: DemographyTags: Many Voices One Valley 2012Author: The Marist Pollcharts powered by iCharts

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Part-time Workers Looking for Full-time Work 2012: Region

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Part-time Workers Looking for Full-time Work 2012: Demography

Chart: Mid-Hudson Valley Employed Part Time 2012Are you satisfied working part-time or do you want a full-time job?Description: Mid-Hudson Valley Part-time Workers Looking for Full-time Work 2012: DemographyTags: Many Voices One Valley 2012Author: The Marist Pollcharts powered by iCharts

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Average Number of Adults Working in Household: Trend

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Average Number of Adults Working in Household 2012: Region

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Average Number of Adults Working in Household 2012: Demography

Chart: Household EmploymentDescription: Mid-Hudson Valley Average Number of Adults Working in Household 2012: DemographyTags: Many Voices One Valley 2012Author: The Marist Pollcharts powered by iCharts

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Number of Adults Working in Household: Trend

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Number of Adults Working in Household 2012: Region

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Number of Adults Working in Household 2012: Demography

Chart: Household Employment – Employed ResidentsDescription: Mid-Hudson Valley Number of Adults Working in Household 2012: DemographyTags: Many Voices One Valley 2012Author: The Marist Pollcharts powered by iCharts

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Average Number of Jobs for Working Adults: Trend

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Average Number of Jobs for Working Adults 2012: Region

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Average Number of Jobs for Working Adults 2012: Demography

Chart: Total Number of Jobs Description: Mid-Hudson Valley Average Number of Jobs for Working Adults 2012: DemographyTags: Many Voices One Valley 2012Author: The Marist Pollcharts powered by iCharts

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Average Work Week: Trend

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Average Work Week 2012: Region

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Average Work Week 2012: Demography

Chart: Mid-Hudson Valley Employed Residents 2012Number of hours worked in an average weekDescription: Mid-Hudson Valley Average Work Week 2012: DemographyTags: Many Voices One Valley 2012Author: The Marist Pollcharts powered by iCharts

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Adults Looking for Work: Trend

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Adults Looking for Work 2012: Region

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Adults Looking for Work 2012: Demography

Chart: Household looking for workDescription: Mid-Hudson Valley Adults Looking for Work: DemographyTags: Many Voices One Valley 2012Author: The Marist Pollcharts powered by iCharts

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Keeping Businesses in the Area

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Affordability of Property Taxes

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Affordability of Property Taxes: Trend

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Affordability of Property Taxes 2012: Region

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Affordability of Property Taxes 2012: Demography

Chart: Financial Strain: Property taxesDescription: Mid-Hudson Valley Affordability of Property Taxes 2012: DemographyTags: Many Voices One Valley 2012Author: The Marist Pollcharts powered by iCharts

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People Coming & Going

Planning to Move:Trend

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Planning to Move 2012: Region

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Planning to Move 2012: Demography

Chart: Five years from now, plans to stay or moveDescription: Mid-Hudson Valley Planning to Move 2012: DemographyTags: Many Voices One Valley 2012Author: The Marist Pollcharts powered by iCharts

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Leaving the Mid-Hudson Valley 2012: Region

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Leaving the Mid-Hudson Valley 2012: Demography

Chart: Thinking about the next five years, do you expect to move:Description: Mid-Hudson Valley Leaving the Mid-Hudson Valley 2012: DemographyTags: Many Voices One Valley 2012Author: The Marist Pollcharts powered by iCharts

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Economic vs. Non-economic Reasons for Leaving MHV: Trend

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Economic vs. Non-economic Reasons for Leaving MHV 2012: Region

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Economic vs. Non-economic Reasons for Leaving MHV 2012: Demography

Chart: What is the main reason you plan to move away from the Mid-Hudson Valley?Description: Mid-Hudson Valley Economic vs. Non-economic Reasons for Leaving MHV 2012: DemographyTags: Many Voices One Valley 2012Author: The Marist Pollcharts powered by iCharts

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Reasons for Leaving the Mid-Hudson Valley


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