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    • The MAS Survey on Livability Supported by The Rockefeller Foundation Conducted by the Marist Institute for Public Opinion
    • Overall, are you very satisfied, satisfied, not very satisfied, or not at all satisfied with New York City as a place to live? Satisfaction with very satisfied satisfied NYC/ not very satisfied not at all satisfied 84% of New Yorkers are satisfied or very satisfied
    • Satisfied or very satisfied with New York City as a place to live: Bronx 77% Manhattan Satisfaction by 95% Borough/ Queens 85% Brooklyn 79% Staten Island 80%
    • Overall, are you very satisfied, satisfied, not very satisfied, or not at all satisfied with your neighborhood as a place to live? Satisfaction with very satisfied satisfied Neighborhood/ not very satisfied not at all satisfied 82% of New Yorkers are satisfied or very satisfied
    • Dissatisfied or very dissatisfied with your neighborhood as a place to live: Bronx Manhattan 31% 9% Dissatisfaction Queens by Borough/ 16% Brooklyn 20% Staten Island 10% 31% of Bronx residents are dissatisfied or very dissatisfied
    • If you had the opportunity, would you: Continue living where 51% you are now Would You Move to another part of your neighborhood 11% Move?/ Move to another area 15% in New York City 5-10 years Move out of New York City all together 24%
    • Would you move out of New York City all together? Yes: Bronx Manhattan 39% Would You Move? 11% Borough Queens 23% Responses/ Brooklyn 23% Staten Island 33%
    • For each of the following, please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree with the statement, :* Has easy access to public transportation 93% Is a good place to walk 85% Is clean 76% Neighborhood Has good parks & green spaces I feel safe walking at night by myself 76% 74% Assessment/ Is a good place to raise children Has good schools 63% 72% Is rich with history 62% People frequently move in & out 55% Is noisy 46% *Presents percentage reporting either ‘strongly agree’ or ‘agree’
    • Safe walking along at night? YES—Manhattan (89%) & Staten Island (80%) NO—Bronx (59%) & Brooklyn (69%) Neighborhood Noisy? Assessment YES– Manhattan (56%) & Bronx (50%) Good place to raise kids? Disparities/ YES—72% of New Yorkers Good parks & green spaces? NO—32% of Brooklyn
    • For each of the following, please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree with the statement:* Quality of grocery stores & markets 71% Police protection 67% Neighborhood Quality of shopping Variety of good restaurants 65% 63% Services/ Street repair & maintenance A place to experience culture, such as museums & the arts 42% 51% Variety of entertainment, such as cinemas & theaters 41% *Presents percentage reporting either ‘excellent’ or ‘good’
    • Good grocery stores and markets? NO—40% of the Bronx & 27% of Manhattan YES– 74% of Brooklyn & 75% of Staten Island Street repair and maintenance? Neighborhood POOR or FAIR—59% of Staten Island Services Cultural outposts? Disparities/ YES—61% of Manhattan & 47% of Brooklyn Access to entertainment? YES—57% of Manhattan & 40% of Staten Island
    • Which one of the following comes closest to your view? Development of housing in my neighborhood should: Preserve & restore existing buildings Housing 21% Development/ Build new housing but only in the style of existing housing 14% Build new housing which is affordable regardless of the style 28% There shouldn’t be any more housing development in my neighborhood 37%
    • Which one of the following comes closest to your view? Business development in my neighborhood should: Preserve & support existing businesses Business 14% Development/ Support development of small businesses that fit into my neighborhood 42% Support development of large businesses that will employ many people regardless of whether it fits into my neighborhood 22% There shouldn’t be any more business development in my neighborhood 15% Unsure 6%
    • New housing developments? NO—37% of New York & 67% of Staten Island Preserve existing buildings? Development Build affordable housing? Findings/ Develop new businesses? YES—78% of New Yorkers New large scale business developments? YES—26% of Brooklyn
    • I prefer to shop at I prefer to shop at 43% locally-owned, small neighborhood stores 29% locally-owned, small stores for clothes for food or groceries I prefer to shop at I prefer to shop at 54% large, chain, retail 66% large, chain, retail stores for clothes stores for food or groceries My Unsure: 4% Unsure: 5% Neighborhood/ There are plenty of My neighborhood has done a good job at 72% locally owned small businesses in my 54% preserving its historic buildings and neighborhood landmarks Large, chain retail Many of the historic buildings and 21% stores & restaurants have replaced many of 32% landmarks have been the locally owned, small replaced or not businesses maintained neighborhood Unsure: 7% Unsure: 14%
    • When you see a “Made in New York” label, which comes closer to your view: contributing to my Made in New local economy unsure York/ paying too much for product
    • Is it more important to you to have: Protecting Open open space new business Space/ unsure
    • How much do you use the parks and public spaces in your neighborhood? Protecting Open Space/ A great A good Not very Not at deal. amount much all I don’t use public space and parks because: THEY’RE DANGEROUS—10% of Manhattan, 6% of Queens & 8% of Staten Island; 1 in 5 Latinos THERE AREN’T ANY—19% of Staten Island I DON’T HAVE TIME—33% of New York
    • For each of the following, please tell me which borough of New York City, that is, Manhattan, Queens, the Bronx, Brooklyn, or Staten Island, comes to mind? Bronx 7% Manhattan Best Place to 31% Live/ Queens 24% Brooklyn 24% Staten Island 9% Unsure 5%
    • For each of the following, please tell me which borough of New York City, that is, Manhattan, Queens, the Bronx, Brooklyn, or Staten Island, comes to mind? Bronx 5% Manhattan Safest/ 38% Queens 19% Brooklyn 11% Staten Island 14% Unsure 14%
    • For each of the following, please tell me which borough of New York City, that is, Manhattan, Queens, the Bronx, Brooklyn, or Staten Island, comes to mind? Bronx 7% Manhattan Friendliest/ 28% Queens 23% Brooklyn 24% Staten Island 7% Unsure 11%
    • For each of the following, please tell me which borough of New York City, that is, Manhattan, Queens, the Bronx, Brooklyn, or Staten Island, comes to mind? Bronx 7% Manhattan Most Family 15% Friendly/ Queens Brooklyn 30% 28% Staten Island 12% Unsure 8%
    • For each of the following, please tell me which borough of New York City, that is, Manhattan, Queens, the Bronx, Brooklyn, or Staten Island, comes to mind? Bronx 26% Manhattan Most 4% Affordable/ Queens 21% Brooklyn 23% Staten Island 13% Unsure 12%
    • Overall, in your life, would you say you are: Borough Comparisons* Bronx 86% Manhattan 91% New Yorkers Queens Are Happy/ Staten Island 93% 95% Brooklyn 89% *Presents percentage reporting either ‘very happy’ or ‘happy’
    • The MAS Survey on Livability Supported by The Rockefeller Foundation Conducted by the Marist Institute for Public Opinion