- Jan 18, 2005
Seventy-four percent of public transit commuters say safety on transit has gotten worse since the beginning of the pandemic. Forty-six percent say not enough is being done to address turnstile jumping in the transit system.
- Fifty-seven percent of employees say not enough is being done about shoplifting in New York City.
- Only 38% of employees are optimistic about the future of the city, while 62% say they are pessimistic or unsure.
- Employees feel strongly that their company should hold public officials accountable for taking action to fight crime and restore quality of life in the city.
- In addition to public safety concerns, almost 60% of employees say not enough is being done to address affordable housing and small business recovery.
- Fifty percent of employees say more needs to be done to address public education