The unprecedented nature and rapid spread of COVID-19 has exposed critical risks to our local economy as well as our systems of health care and education.
As we approach the 12-month mark of this prolonged crisis, United Way of Miami-Dade is conducting a Pandemic Impact Survey to measure how Miami-Dade households have been affected by the pandemic including the financial burden on families in our community. The survey aims to collect responses from a wide range of households, income levels, as well as, small business owners. Respondents will supply critical feedback to understanding COVID’s impact to date as well as help inform short/long-term recovery efforts.
Please take the survey now and share it with your family, friends and colleagues.
This survey will be open until March 26. Completing this survey should take no more than 10–minutes and is available in English and Spanish – select language from the dropdown menu at the top right. Haitian Creole will be available March 8.
A full report will be published summer 2021. If you have questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
How will this survey be used?
This is a random sample survey that will result in local insights about Miami-Dade County respondent experiences, including health, economic, and social well-being questions.
After deep analysis, the survey results will be published in a report that will be shared and made available for use by nonprofit partners, funders, educational institutions, government, policymakers and researchers.
Who should take this survey?
Every person living in Miami-Dade County is invited to respond to this survey. Your responses are confidential, meaning that no one will be able to associate your name with your responses.
How can UW partners help?
In addition to taking the survey, United Way partner organizations, volunteers and donors can help by sharing this survey link with their clients, employees, friends and families.
Interim ALICE Report Data
This survey will augment our biennial ALICE Report which shines a light on the true number of families struggling to make ends meet. These hardworking residents, although employed, are struggling to cover basic needs like housing, child care, medical expenses, food, utilities and transportation. With 5 out of 10 households (54%) in Miami-Dade County living in, or one emergency away from, poverty, the pandemic has exacerbated an already difficult situation for ALICE (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed) individuals and families.