Crunching the Numbers
COVID-19 in the Community: Results from a JONAH Survey
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Share of respondents who said they were struggling some or most days during the pandemic. The survey of Valley residents was conducted May 20-June 30 by JONAH, a nonprofit that works to address the root cause of social injustices.
Share of respondents who are not married who say they often or always felt hopelessness. For married people, the figure was 12%. The survey also found that those who weren’t part of a fait community were more likely to feel hopeless than those who were.
Decline in the percentage of county households in poverty or under the ALICE threshold between 2016 and 2018. However, a estimated 14,005 of the county’s 40,421 households remain in one of those groups.
Source: Source: JONAH survey. Read the full report at jonahjustice.org.