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This publication reports on survey results regarding Americans' attitudes toward a variety of community characteristics. ULI's Building Healthy Places Initiative and Terwilliger Center for Housing partnered with Belden Russonello Strategists LLC, a nationally recognized survey and communications firm, to conduct a statistically representative survey of 1,201 adults living in the United States. The results provide an important look at Americans' attitudes and expectations around community, housing, and transportation. The survey also takes a special look at views on health and the built environment. America in 2015 is a companion to ULI's America in 2013, a national survey that explored many of the same topics.

Book Summary: This publication reports on survey results regarding Americans' attitudes toward a variety of community characteristics. ULI's Building Healthy Places Initiative and Terwilliger Center for Housing partnered with Belden Russonello Strategists LLC, a nationally recognized survey and communications firm, to conduct a statistically representative survey of 1,201 adults living in the United States. The results provide an important look at Americans' attitudes and expectations around community, housing, and transportation. The survey also takes a special look at views on health and the built environment. America in 2015 is a companion to ULI's America in 2013, a national survey that explored many of the same topics.

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 30
ISBN: 9780874203639
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