New Orleans Three Years After the Storm: The Second Kaiser Post-Katrina Survey, 2008
Publication Date: August 2008
Publisher(s): Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
This comprehensive Kaiser Family Foundation survey (hyperlink to ContentPackagePage) of the experiences of New Orleans residents reveals a still-struggling population that gives very mixed reviews in key areas of the Hurricane Katrina recovery efforts. Most residents feel forgotten by the nation and its leaders yet are still optimistic about their city’s future. Designed and analyzed by Foundation researchers, the survey is the second of at least three that the Foundation will conduct to track residents’ experiences and views as the city rebuilds in the aftermath of the August 2005 storm.