Community Shielding in the National Capitol Region

This study explores how residents of the National Capital Region (NCR) might respond to potential acts of terrorism and assesses their willingness to practice "community shielding " a wider form of shelter-in-place. Hypothetical scenarios considered by respondents included a "dirty bomb" and an outbreak of smallpox.
Sample
Telephone survey of 1071 households within the National Capital Region
Principal Investigators
Tom Guterbock
Client Name
UVA - HOLD
Project ID
3.019
Year
2003