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Californians on homelessness data and resources: State pulse survey research findings

See what we learned when we surveyed Californians about homelessness and state resources.

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Californians on homelessness data and resources: State pulse survey research findings

  1. 1. CALIFORNIANS ONHOMELESSNESS DATAANDRESOURCES STATEPULSESURVEY RESEARCHFINDINGS Survey conducted July 16-27, 2018 – Accenture Research
  2. 2. WHATWELEARNED… A strong overall majority of Californians recognize the power of data to help address issues of homelessness. Survey conducted July 16-27, 2018 – Accenture Research Support is especially strong among women and younger Californians. Support was consistently high across major metro areas – LA, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco/Oakland.
  3. 3. “How important is it to create a database of homeless individuals and families throughout the state so government officials can better understand the causes of homelessness?” A LARGE MAJORITY OF CALIFORNIANS - 86% - SAY IT IS IMPORTANT TO CREATE A STATEWIDE HOMELESSNESS DATABASE. *1,000 California adults surveyed July 16-27 2018 86% 7% 7% Important 26% very important 35% important 25% somewhat important Not important Not sure Women and younger Californians are even more supportive: Women: 90% important. Millennials and Gen X: 89% important. Survey conducted July 16-27, 2018 – Accenture Research
  4. 4. "Should there be concrete data collected that tracks what type of resources are available to the homeless population and how they are being used?” MOST CALIFORNIANS FAVOR DATA TO TRACK THE AVAILABILITY AND USE OF RESOURCES AVAILABLE TO THE HOMELESS POPULATION. *1,000 California adults surveyed July 16-27 2018 80% 6% 14% Overall say yes – 84% of women and 76% of men No Not sure Consistent agreement across major metro areas: LA – 79% agree Sacramento – 80% agree San Diego – 79% agree San Francisco – 81% agree Survey conducted July 16-27, 2018 – Accenture Research
  5. 5. MOST CALIFORNIANS SUPPORT COMMUNITY FACILITIES TO PROVIDE OVERNIGHT ACCOMMODATIONS FOR VETERANS AND OTHERS EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS, BUT AREN’T SURE ABOUT USE OF CITY-OWNED PARKING LOTS AT NIGHTS. Do you support community facilities being used as centers for homeless veterans? 79% said yes. Do you support the establishment of “right to shelter” centers to provide every homeless person a place to sleep every night? 74% said yes. Would you support city-owned parking lots as designated locations for homeless individuals to use as shelter at night? 48% said yes – 25% said no – 27% not sure. *1,000 California adults surveyed July 16-27 2018 Survey conducted July 16-27, 2018 – Accenture Research
  6. 6. McGuire Research Services polled 1,000 California adults for Accenture during July 16-27 2018. Learn more about our work in the State of California. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY Survey conducted July 16-27, 2018 – Accenture Research

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