Safety

Making communities safer remains an important issue for residents in the Mid-Hudson Valley.  It now ranks seventh on the list of residents’ priorities.

Almost three in four Mid-Hudson Valley residents think their community does at least a good job protecting them from crime.  Residents’ level of satisfaction with the job the community is doing to protect them is relatively unchanged from its 2007 levels.

For seven in ten Mid-Hudson Valley residents, expenditures on public safety are on the mark.  Residents’ opinions on this issue mirror 2007 when 72% agreed with the resources allocated to public safety by their communities.

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Protecting Communities

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Community Rating & Demography

Chart: Community Rating: Protecting residents from crimeDescription: Mid-Hudson Valley Safety 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 & Demography

Chart: Community Spending: Protecting residents from crimeDescription: Mid-Hudson Valley Safety 2012: Community Spending & DemographyTags: Many Voices One Valley 2012Author: The Marist Pollcharts powered by iCharts

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Community Preparedness 2012: Region

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Community Preparedness 2012: Demography

Chart: In the event of a major disaster where there was no warning such as a terrorist attack, an earthquake, or a hurricane, do you think your community has an adequate emergency response plan currently in place, or not?Description: Mid-Hudson Valley Community Preparedness 2012: DemographyTags: Many Voices One Valley 2012Author: The Marist Pollcharts powered by iCharts