1. Air Quality Assessment for Seattle Communities

The goal of this study is to collect neighborhood level air data using low cost air monitors and have residents engaged as decision makers. The following survey was created to learn more about the communities knowledge, attitudes, and practices around the issue of air pollution. Air pollution will be defined here as the presence of chemicals or compounds in the air which can cause negative health effects. The data collected in this study will be used to inform educational materials that will be presented in community workshops in the near future.

The survey is being conducted by a team of researchers at the University of Washington. Please answer the questions to the best of your knowledge. Your participation is voluntary and you may stop participating at any time. We assure you that your responses are anonymous and the individual study results will be confidential. Surveys will be destroyed at the completion of the study.

Thank you for your time and desire to help in this research study. If you have any questions, or if you would like a copy of the study’s final report, please contact the lead researcher Nancy Carmona at nancyc9@uw.edu 

Section 1: This section asks for basic information about who you are.

* 1. What is your zip code?

* 2. How many years have you lived in your community?


* 3. How old are you? (Please answer in years)

* 4. What gender do you identify with? 

* 5. What race/ethnicity do you identify with?

* 6. Do you consider yourself to be Hispanic or Latino?

* 7. Do you have children under the age of 18 living in your home?

* 8. The annual median income for Seattle residents is 80k. What was your most recent yearly household income?

* 9. What is your highest level of school you have completed?

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