Washington state 2020 CORONA survey: King County results
The Washington State Department of Health conducted the Community Recovery-Oriented Needs Assessment (CORONA Survey) in August & September 2020. The survey focused on how people have made changes to their lives during the pandemic, including how lives were impacted. Respondents were directed to the survey website or to a phone number to answer the questionnaire. The survey was available to answer online in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Russian, Tagalog, and Somali.
Numbers should be used with caution as this was not a statistically representative survey of King County, although a large number of respondents (more than 9,000 respondents in King County) brought their experiences to the survey.
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