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Homelessness Hits Home: A New York City Public Opinion Poll

10/2013

Homelessness is an issue that many New Yorkers are forced to confront every day—from passing a homeless person on the sidewalk or subway to facing homelessness themselves. A basic awareness of the growing crisis is unavoidable. But in a city as large and economically diverse as New York, it stands to reason that the thought of life without stable housing weighs more heavily on some people than on others. To better understand New Yorkers’ thoughts on homelessness, the Institute for Children, Poverty, and Homelessness (ICPH), in conjunction with Baruch College, conducted a survey of local residents to see exactly how awareness and attitudes varied across the city.


The Atlas of Student Homelessness in New York City
8/2015

When a Solution Is Also Part of the Problem: The Complex Relationship Between Public Housing and Family Homelessness
5/2015

The Invisible Majority: Doubled-up Students in New York City Public Schools
5/2015

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