* 2. What is your approximate average household income?

* 3. What is your ethnicity? (Please select all that apply.)

* 4. What is your gender?

* 5. Length of time you have lived in Oregon?

* 6. Do you rent or own the place where you live?

* 7. What disasters have you personally experienced in the last five years? (Choose all that apply)

* 8. What is your general level of concern about natural hazards in the Mid-Columbia Region?

  Not Concerned Somewhat Concerned Neutral  Concerned Extremely Concerned
Tsunami
Landslide/Debris Flow
Coastal Erosion
Flood
Volcanic Eruption
Dust Storm
Earthquake
Severe Winter Storm
Drought
Wildfire
Household Fire

* 9. When was the last time your household received information on family and home safety?

* 10. From which of the following did you receive your family and household information.  (Choose all that apply)

* 11. What is the most effective way to reach your household with household preparedness information? (Choose all that apply)

* 12. How does your household prepare for an emergency/natural disaster?

  Have Done Plan To Do Not Done Unable To Do
Attend meetings or received written information on natural disasters or emergency preparedness?
Talked with members in your household about what to do in case of a natural disaster or emergency?
Developed a "Household/Family Emergency Plan" in order to decide what everyone would do in the event of a disaster?
Prepared a "Disaster Supply Kit" (Stored extra food, water, batteries, or other emergency supplies)?
In the last year, has anyone in your household been trained in First Aid or Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)?

* 13. Hours per year your household would be willing to spend on preparedness activities?

* 14. Please choose the preparedness steps your household has already taken. (Choose all that apply)

* 15. Reason for not having flood insurance?

* 16. Reason for not having Earthquake insurance?

* 17. How much are you willing to spend to make your home more resistant to natural disasters?

* 18. What steps have you already taken to make your home more resilient to a natural disaster? (Choose all that apply)

* 19. What structural modifications have you made to your home? (Choose all that apply)

* 20. What incentives would motivate you to take additional steps to better protect your home?

* 21. Please place an importance level on the following.

  Not important Somewhat important Neutral Important  Extremely important
Protecting historical & cultural landmarks
Enhancing function of natural features
Preventing development in hazard areas
Promoting cooperation
Protecting private property
Protecting & reducing damage to utilities 
Disclosing natural hazard risks during real estate transactions
Strengthening emergency services

* 22. What is your general level of agreement regarding community-wide strategies?

  Strongly disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly agree
I support the use of tax dollars to compensate landowners for not developing in hazard areas 
I support a regulatory approach to reducing risk
I support the use of local tax dollars to reduce risks & losses
I support a mix of both regulatory & non-regulatory approches
I support protecting historical & cultural structures
I support a non-regulatory approach to reducing risk
I would be willing to make my home more disaster resilient 
I support a local inventory of at-risk buildings and infrastructures 
I support policies to prohibit development in natural hazard areas
I support steps to safeguard the local economy after a disaster
I support improving the disaster preparedness of local schools
I support disclosure of natural hazard risks during real estate transactions

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