Presenter Information

Sarah JackFollow

Major

Political Science

Anticipated Graduation Year

2021

Access Type

Open Access

Abstract

In March of 2021, our research team deployed a public opinion survey to residents of Cook County. We received responses from 1200 adults who reside in Cook County. My presentation is focused on analyzing the results from the gentrification block of our survey. We found that rising costs of housing are generally associated with positive views of neighborhoods, a perceived positive force of gentrfication.

Faculty Mentors & Instructors

Dr. Dana Garbarski, Faculty mentor, Course Instructor, Dept of Sociology. Dr. David Doherty, Faculty Mentor, Course Instructor, Dept of Political Scince.

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Cook County Community Survey: Gentrification Block

In March of 2021, our research team deployed a public opinion survey to residents of Cook County. We received responses from 1200 adults who reside in Cook County. My presentation is focused on analyzing the results from the gentrification block of our survey. We found that rising costs of housing are generally associated with positive views of neighborhoods, a perceived positive force of gentrfication.