Poll Results: Life after Sandy was adjusted not everywhere

In the worst affected after Hurricane Sandy U.S. state of New Jersey from January 30 to February 3, 2013 was held the opinion poll, which was attended by 796 people. About three-quarters of people believe that after Hurricane Sandy their lives have not returned to normal, but after the disaster has been nearly 4 months. For 77% of respondents in that state impacts Sandy was an event which changed their whole lives.

Poll Results: Life after Sandy was adjusted not everywhere

60% of respondents said they still can not complete the repair of their damaged homes. But for the sake of objectivity, it is worth noting that those whose homes are located on the ocean, not really in a hurry with the repair work, so they do not have full confidence that in the near future, they do not take down the expansion areas of risk or what will happen the next hurricane. 78% of respondents to the questions at all would prefer that all the costs of repairing them to compensate the state.
Variously estimated Americans are the efforts that governments in the reconstruction of the affected areas (for 15% it held as restoration work meets the highest). On the local government to leave more positive feedback: for 39% of their work is done very well, with 38% good enough. Among them, more women (66%). As for the work of organizations such as the free Red Cross or FEMA, all respondents respond positively about them
Interestingly, in comparison with the surveys conducted immediately after Sandy, now the number of those who profess to be directly affected, decreased by 46% and 51% of the coast. Perhaps the decline was because people no longer considered a power outage or a tree fall to leave the house with something out of the ordinary compared to the actual destruction and loss of life.
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