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Page: 2013 Summer Camper Enrollment Information
1. Please indicate your 2013 summer enrollment in total camper days. Remember: a camper day is equal to one child for one day. It is NOT the number of days you offered programs. The number of camper days is a cumulative count! For example 100 campers x 5 days = 500 camper days.
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Percent
Response
Count
40,000 or more
5.8%17
30,000-39,999
2.0%6
25,000-29,999
4.4%13
20,000-24,999
4.1%12
15,000-19,999
5.8%17
10,000-14,999
12.5%37
5,000-9,999
23.4%69
2,500-4,999
14.6%43
1,000-24,999
18.0%53
less than 1,000
9.5%28

2. Compared to last year, our camper enrollment for this summer was
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Percent
Response
Count
lower than last year
24.2%72
about the same as last year
25.2%75
higher than last year
50.7%151

3. If your summer camper enrollment was higher or lower in the previous question, how much higher or lower was it?
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higher by28.7% (52)25.4% (46)13.8% (25)21.5% (39)10.5% (19)181
lower by35.1% (34)15.5% (15)9.3% (9)15.5% (15)24.7% (24)97

4. When compared to the last 5 years, the 2013 summer camp enrollment was
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Percent
Response
Count
the highest of the past 5 summers
33.3%99
higher than most of the past 5 summers
18.9%56
about the same as the past 5 summers
27.9%83
lower than most of the past 5 summers
12.8%38
the lowest of the past 5 summers
7.1%21

5. When considering our actual capacity, our overall camp enrollment for the summer of 2013 was at
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Percent
Response
Count
100% capacity
9.5%28
90-99% capacity
35.3%104
80-89% capacity
28.8%85
less than 80% capacity
26.4%78

6. Some camps distinguish between actual and targeted capacity. How close were you to your targeted capacity for the summer of 2013?
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Response
Count
100%
17.8%53
90-99%
36.2%108
80-89%
18.1%54
less than 80%
9.1%27
we don't make a distinction
18.8%56

7. Compared to last year, enrollments by session length were:
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1 week session14.7% (40)31.3% (85)31.6% (86)22.4% (61)272
2 week session8.8% (23)22.5% (59)29.4% (77)39.3% (103)262
3-4 week session7.0% (18)22.1% (57)22.1% (57)48.8% (126)258
5-6 week session3.8% (9)15.4% (37)10.4% (25)70.4% (169)240
7-8+ week session7.5% (18)14.5% (35)12.0% (29)66.0% (159)241

8. Indicate the approximate percentage for each race/ethnicity for your 2013 summer campers (must total 100%)
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Response
Total
Response
Count
% White, non-Hispanic
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 75.7320,673273
% Hispanic
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 7.641,964257
% Black, African-American
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 10.512,754262
% Asian
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 3.86877227
% Multi-racial
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 4.21805191
% other
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 3.05427140

9. Indicate the approximate percentage for each economic level of the families you serve (must equal 100%).
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% poverty
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 15.893,147198
% low income
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 17.914,317241
% middle income
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 43.4110,810249
% high income
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 32.467,726238

10. Indicate the approximate percentage for each age group of campers you served this summer (must equal 100%).
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Total
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Count
% 9 and younger
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 33.639,249275
% 10-12 years old
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 38.4010,713279
% 13-17 years old
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 28.087,357262
% 18 and older
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 4.98881177

11. Indicate the approximate percentage for gender of your campers (must equal 100%).
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% female
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 56.2615,977284
% male
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 48.4113,023269

12. Compared to last year, summer enrollment for boys in camper days was
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Percent
Response
Count
lower than last year
15.0%43
about the same as last year
42.2%121
higher than last year
30.0%86
we don't enroll boys (skip to question 14)
12.9%37

13. If your summer enrollment for boys was higher or lower in the previous question, how much higher or lower was it?
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higher by26.4% (33)26.4% (33)9.6% (12)8.8% (11)28.8% (36)125
lower by26.9% (21)17.9% (14)6.4% (5)5.1% (4)43.6% (34)78

14. Compared to last year, summer enrollment for girls in camper days was
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Percent
Response
Count
lower than last year
17.0%49
about the same as last year
45.7%132
higher than last year
32.2%93
we don't enroll girls (skip to question 16)
5.2%15

15. If your summer enrollment for girls was higher or lower in the previous question, how much higher or lower was it?
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higher by24.6% (34)21.0% (29)9.4% (13)14.5% (20)30.4% (42)138
lower by32.9% (24)11.0% (8)11.0% (8)11.0% (8)34.2% (25)73

16. Compared to last year, summer enrollment for 9 year olds and younger in camper days was
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Percent
Response
Count
lower than last year
14.1%40
about the same as last year
43.0%122
higher than last year
38.7%110
we don't enroll 9 year olds and younger (skip to question 18)
4.2%12

17. If your summer enrollment for 9 year olds and younger was higher or lower in the previous question, how much higher or lower was it?
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higher by20.7% (30)27.6% (40)12.4% (18)17.9% (26)21.4% (31)145
lower by26.2% (17)18.5% (12)9.2% (6)7.7% (5)38.5% (25)65

18. Compared to last year, summer enrollment for campers 10-12 years old in camper days was
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Percent
Response
Count
lower than last year
16.3%47
about the same as last year
47.1%136
higher than last year
34.6%100
we don't enroll 10-12 year olds (skip to question 20)
2.1%6

19. If your summer enrollment for 10-12 year olds was higher or lower in the previous question, how much higher or lower was it?
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higher by32.9% (47)17.5% (25)15.4% (22)11.9% (17)22.4% (32)143
lower by22.4% (15)17.9% (12)14.9% (10)11.9% (8)32.8% (22)67

20. Compared to last year, summer enrollment for teenagers in camper days was
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Percent
Response
Count
lower than last year
16.5%47
about the same as last year
45.3%129
higher than last year
29.5%84
we don't enroll teenagers (skip to question 22)
8.8%25

21. If your summer enrollment for teenagers was higher or lower in the previous question, how much higher or lower was it?
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higher by43.6% (48)21.8% (24)10.9% (12)16.4% (18)7.3% (8)110
lower by34.0% (17)30.0% (15)4.0% (2)18.0% (9)14.0% (7)50

22. What percent of your Summer 2013 campers were returning from prior summers?
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Response
Count
0-24%
1.4%4
25-49%
19.9%58
50-74%
46.7%136
75-89%
27.8%81
90-99%
4.1%12
100 % 0.0%0

23. Compared to last year, summer enrollment for returning campers was
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Percent
Response
Count
lower than last year
11.3%33
about the same as last year
65.3%190
higher than last year
21.6%63
n/a
1.7%5

24. If your summer enrollment was higher or lower in the previous question, how much higher or lower was it?
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higher by32.4% (33)28.4% (29)5.9% (6)6.9% (7)26.5% (27)102
lower by20.8% (11)11.3% (6)13.2% (7)15.1% (8)39.6% (21)53

25. What percent of your 2013 campers were international campers?
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Percent
Response
Count
0 %
44.6%132
1-4%
39.2%116
5-9%
12.8%38
10-24 %
2.4%7
25-49 %
0.7%2
50-100 %
0.3%1
Please list their home countries:
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99

26. Compared to last year, summer enrollment for international campers was
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Percent
Response
Count
lower than last year
6.2%18
about the same as last year
41.9%122
higher than last year
13.7%40
n/a
38.1%111

27. If your summer enrollment for international campers was higher or lower in the previous question, how much higher or lower was it?
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higher by25.8% (24)10.8% (10)2.2% (2)8.6% (8)52.7% (49)93
lower by20.5% (9)6.8% (3)2.3% (1)4.5% (2)65.9% (29)44

28. Compared to last year, summer enrollment for minority campers (race/ethnicity) was
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Percent
Response
Count
lower than last year
2.4%7
about the same as last year
71.6%207
higher than last year
21.5%62
n/a
4.5%13

29. If your summer enrollment for minority campers (race/ethnicity) was higher or lower in the previous question, how much higher or lower was it?
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higher by35.1% (34)21.6% (21)5.2% (5)5.2% (5)33.0% (32)97
lower by9.7% (3)6.5% (2)3.2% (1)3.2% (1)77.4% (24)31

30. The total number of campers who received financial support (camp scholarships) of at least 50% of the camp fee this summer was in the range of
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Percent
Response
Count
0
4.4%13
1-9
16.7%49
10-19
15.4%45
20-29
8.5%25
30-49
12.6%37
50-99
15.7%46
100-199
14.0%41
200-299
3.1%9
300 or more
9.6%28

31. Compared to last year, summer enrollment of campers who received camp scholarships was
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Percent
Response
Count
lower than last year
7.5%22
about the same as last year
57.6%170
higher than last year
32.2%95
we had no campers on camp scholarships
2.7%8

32. If the summer enrollment of campers who received camp scholarships was higher or lower in the previous question, how much higher or lower was it?
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higher by25.4% (32)23.8% (30)16.7% (21)12.7% (16)21.4% (27)126
lower by21.6% (8)13.5% (5)2.7% (1)18.9% (7)43.2% (16)37

33. What type of discount options did you offer during Summer 2013?
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Response
Count
discount based on economic situation
51.2%145
sliding fee scale
12.7%36
sibling discount (family discount)
51.6%146
discount for enrollment in multiple sessions
31.8%90
discount for early registration
58.3%165
did not offer discounts
11.7%33
Other (please specify)
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60

34. The total number of campers enrolled in some type of specific leadership or counselor-in-training program was in the range of
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Count
1-4 campers
4.0%12
5-9 campers
12.1%36
10-14 campers
13.5%40
15-19 campers
10.8%32
20-29 campers
14.1%42
30-49 campers
11.8%35
50 or more
15.8%47
we offered no specific leadership or counselor-in-training program
17.8%53

Page: Staff Recruitment
35. The total number of summer camp staff was
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Count
less than 25
15.7%46
25 to 49
29.7%87
50 to 74
17.1%50
75 to 99
13.3%39
100 to 149
12.6%37
150 to 199
6.1%18
200 or more
5.5%16

36. Indicate the approximate percentage of race/ethnicity of your staff (must total 100%).
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Total
Response
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% White, non-Hispanic
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 82.6022,467272
% Hispanic
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 6.731,266188
% Black, African-American
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 10.042,128212
% Asian
[ShowReplies]
 2.89439152
% Multi-racial
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 3.87584151
% Other
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 3.2931696

37. Specialized staff are staff hired specifically as a specialist who needs certification or special skills/training. Compared to last year, the total number of specialized summer staff was
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Response
Count
lower than last year
4.1%12
about the same as last year
70.3%206
higher than last year
15.7%46
we don't use specialists
9.9%29

38. If your number of specialized summer staff was higher or lower in the previous question, how much higher or lower was it?
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higher by60.3% (35)13.8% (8)10.3% (6)15.5% (9)58
lower by43.8% (7)12.5% (2)12.5% (2)31.3% (5)16

39. Compared to last year, recruiting and hiring staff for summer 2013 was
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Percent
Response
Count
easier than the previous year
21.0%61
about the same as the previous year
58.6%170
more difficult than the previous year
20.3%59

40. What percent of your staff were in the following age groups (must total 100%):
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younger than 18 years old
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 13.352,871215
18-25 years old
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 73.7721,025285
26-35 years old
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 11.602,760238
36-55 years old
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 7.511,486198
56+ years old
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 2.94458156

41. What percent of your 2013 staff were returning from prior summers?
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Percent
Response
Count
0 to 24 %
10.3%30
25 to 49 %
30.6%89
50 to 74 %
40.9%119
75 to 100 %
18.2%53

42. Compared to last year, the total number of summer staff returning from prior summers was
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Percent
Response
Count
lower than last year
20.6%60
about the same as last year
60.1%175
higher than last year
18.9%55
n/a
0.3%1

43. If the total number of returning summer staff was higher or lower in the previous question, how much higher or lower was it?
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higher by15.3% (13)18.8% (16)21.2% (18)22.4% (19)22.4% (19)85
lower by13.1% (8)19.7% (12)24.6% (15)26.2% (16)16.4% (10)61

Page: Opinions
44. The following questions are your opinions regarding your camp for 2013 summer.
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The economy negatively affected my camp's enrollment.13.8% (40)39.3% (114)40.3% (117)6.6% (19)290
Changes in the school calendar negatively affected enrollment.9.3% (27)41.5% (120)31.5% (91)17.6% (51)289
Parents waited until later than usual to commit to enrolling their children in our programs.9.0% (26)39.8% (115)31.8% (92)19.4% (56)289
More parents enrolled their children in shorter sessions than last year.13.7% (38)56.1% (156)24.8% (69)5.4% (15)278
We had more children who wanted to come to our camp than we could accommodate.29.9% (86)41.0% (118)18.8% (54)10.4% (30)288
We had more requests this year for camp scholarships than last year.5.2% (15)35.3% (102)44.6% (129)14.9% (43)289
We had reduced funds for camp scholarships.19.8% (56)51.9% (147)21.9% (62)6.4% (18)283
We were able to provide camp scholarships to campers that requested them.3.1% (9)16.7% (48)54.4% (156)25.8% (74)287
Children in my camp's service area had more summer opportunities that resulted in greater competition with us.5.2% (15)38.0% (109)41.8% (120)15.0% (43)287

45. What are the top two enrollment issues you faced this past summer?
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Issue 1
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100.0%237
Issue 2
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84.8%201

46. What are the top two staff recruitment issues you faced this past summer?
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Response
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Staff issues 1
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100.0%239
Staff issues 2
[ShowReplies]
76.2%182

47. What one resource would you like from ACA to help you with:
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camper enrollment
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88.9%128
Staff recruitment
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79.9%115

Page: Camp Profile
48. ACA Field/Affiliate Office:
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Response
Count
Chesapeake
2.4%7
Evergreen
4.5%13
Great Rivers
3.1%9
Heart of the South
1.4%4
Illinois
4.2%12
Indiana
2.4%7
Keystone Regional
4.2%12
Michigan
4.5%13
New England
19.0%55
New York/New Jersey
17.0%49
Northern California
3.1%9
Northland
3.5%10
Ohio
4.2%12
Oregon Trail
1.7%5
Rocky Mountain
1.0%3
Southeastern
6.2%18
Southern California/Hawaii
5.5%16
Southwest
1.4%4
St. Louis
0.3%1
Texoma
1.4%4
Upstate New York
1.4%4
Virginias
3.1%9
Wisconsin
4.5%13

49. Type of program:
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Response
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Day
31.5%92
Resident
68.5%200

50. Camp affiliation:
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Percent
Response
Count
Agency
21.6%63
Religiously-affiliated
16.4%48
For Profit
18.8%55
Independent Not For Profit
40.1%117
Governmental/Municipal
3.1%9

51. Summer youth camp clientele served:
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Response
Count
boys only
5.1%15
girls only
12.3%36
co-ed
77.1%225
combination
5.5%16

52. Session lengths offered at our camp include (check all that apply)
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Response
Count
4 days or less
23.5%69
5 to 6 days
32.4%95
1 week
48.1%141
2 weeks
51.5%151
3 weeks
24.9%73
4 weeks
27.0%79
5 to 6 weeks
17.1%50
7 to 8 weeks
22.9%67
Other (please specify)
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4.8%14

53. Our most popular session length was
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Response
Count
4 days or less
1.4%4
5 to 6 days
21.5%62
1 week
31.8%92
2 weeks
18.0%52
3 weeks
5.9%17
4 weeks
8.3%24
5 to 6 weeks
2.4%7
7 to 8 weeks
9.0%26
other (please specify)
[ShowReplies]
1.7%5

54. State in which your camp is located:
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Response
Count
AL
0.7%2
AK
1.4%4
AZ
0.3%1
AR 0.0%0
CA
8.9%26
CO
1.0%3
CT
2.7%8
DC 0.0%0
DE 0.0%0
FL
1.4%4
GA
1.0%3
HI
0.3%1
ID
0.3%1
IL
3.8%11
IN
2.4%7
IA
2.1%6
KS 0.0%0
KY
0.7%2
LA 0.0%0
ME
4.8%14
MD
2.7%8
MA
5.1%15
MI
4.8%14
MN
2.1%6
MS
0.7%2
MO
0.7%2
MT
0.3%1
NE
1.0%3
NV
0.3%1
NH
5.1%15
NJ
6.8%20
NM
0.7%2
NY
9.6%28
NC
2.7%8
ND
0.3%1
OH
3.8%11
OK 0.0%0
OR
1.4%4
PA
3.8%11
RI
0.7%2
SC
0.3%1
SD
1.0%3
TN
0.7%2
TX
1.4%4
UT 0.0%0
VT
1.4%4
VA
2.1%6
WA
3.1%9
WV
1.0%3
WI
4.5%13
WY 0.0%0

55. What are the first three digits of your camp's zip code?
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Response
Count
007 0.0%0
009 0.0%0
010
1.0%3
011
0.3%1
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