1.Why did you conduct your census? I conducted my census to learn about the people who are in need on the streets of Chicago. In addition, our goal is to help improve their lives.
2. How did you conduct this study? I conducted my survey by interviewing who are homeless. 3. Where did you conduct this survey? I conducted my survey at the corner of Clark and Erie in Chicago. The survey was conducted to a homesless man located in the highlighted region shown below.
3. Where did you conduct this survey? I conducted my survey at the corner of Clark and Erie in Chicago.
4. What were your results? My results are described in the chart below
|How long ago did you become homeless?||I became homeless 5 years ago and have been on the streets since.|
|Do you receive any kind of welfare or government support?||I am a veteran but still do not receive ay kind of government support.|
|Do you currently live in any kind of homeless shelter of some sort?||No, I used to, but people kept stealing my things so I I decided it would be better to live else where.|
|What was your occupation before you became homeless?||I served in the military for 3 years.|
|On a scale of 1 to 10 how would you rate your current living style?||I would rate it as a 1|
|On a scale of 1 to 10 how would you rate how well the government is currently supporting you?||I would rate it as a 1|
In conclusion I learned to be a more efficient interviewer after this experience. Also, I learned to be more sensitive in asking certain questions to the homeless.
How can you help this homeless find a job or get him off the streets?