Survey Shows Progress In New Orleans After Katrina Is Slim

August 12, 2008

The Kaiser Family Foundation has released a new survey, revealing that years years after Hurricane Katrina, the progress made in New Orleans is pretty slim....Washington (ChattahBox) – The Kaiser Family Foundation has released a new survey, revealing that years years after Hurricane Katrina, the progress made in New Orleans is pretty slim.

The Kaiser Family Foundation conducted a survey of 1,300 residents of Orleans Parish from March 5 to April 28, and found that they are not pleased with the progress thus far.

The survey found that 52% of the residents in New Orleans are “dissatisfied” with the progress made after Hurricane Katrina.

Going further, 11% are “angry” about the lack of progress to this point.

When looking at housing and crime, 72% stated that there was no progress made in their housing situation.

They also reported that 71% said no progress was made in regards to crime.

The majority event went as far as to say that fixing New Orleans is no longer of interest to the American people, Congress, or the president.

This shows there are clearly many troubles still in New Orleans post-Katrina.


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