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COVID-19 impact survey results

Applied Survey Research (ASR) administered the online COVID-19 Impact Survey to 412 respondents in English (81%) and in Spanish (19%) from June 15, 2020 to July 22, 2020. ASR invited two different sets of parents to complete the survey: 1) parents of children under six years of age who had accessed First 5 Contra Costa services and 26 families with children age 6 or over including First 5 Contra Costa Regional Group members (i.e., the First 5 sample, 62% of the full sample), and 2) a broader county-wide sample of parents of children under six years of age not connected to First 5 Contra Costa (i.e., the Panel sample, 38% of the full sample). (author abstract)
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United States

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