Social and Cultural Polls

Social and Cultural Polls

Siena Research Institute regularly conducts studies on the Civic Health, Sports Fanship, Technology, US Presidents and First Ladies.

                          




Social & Cultural - Siena Research Institute News

  • 86% of Capital District Residents Say Government Food Programs are Necessary

    86% of Capital District Residents Say Government Food Programs are Necessary; Just Over Half Say They are Being Misused
    Compared to Rest of State: More Capital District Residents Donate Food/dollars for Hunger Relief; 2 in 10 Volunteer; Less Use SNAP or Food Pantries
    8 in 10 Say Employment, Food Affordability, and Meal Planning are Significant Issues for Lower-income Residents
    94% agree, “No One in New York Should Go Hungry,” on Par With Rest of State
    Rensselaer County Residents and Blacks/Hispanics Struggle Most to Put Food on Table Read More

  • The Adirondack Council Public Opinion Survey Results

    Statewide study on New Yorkers' opinions on the Adirondacks Read More

  • NY’ers Say Lower Income Neighbors Face Significant Food Challenges

    NY’ers Say Lower Income Neighbors Face Significant Food Challenges; Affordability, Meal Planning, Access & Transportation
    Nearly Half Donate Food or Dollars to Address Hunger; 18% Volunteer Time
    12% Receive Food from Pantry or Program; 17% Use SNAP or WIC
    Virtually All Agree: ‘In NY, No One Should Go HUNGRY’
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