Key Takeaways from 2011 Risk MAP Surveys - Public Survey
Public Survey: In 2011, FEMA conducted its second annual nationwide survey of U.S. households to track progress toward achieving Goal 2 of the Risk MAP Multi-Year Plan, which is to “Ensure that a measurable increase of the public’s awareness and understanding of risk management results in a measurable reduction of current and future vulnerability to flooding.”
The results from the public survey are valid at the national and regional levels. The following are the key findings from the survey.
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