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Montana COVID-19 Family Impact Survey report [Executive summary]

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COVID-19 has changed the way of life for families in Montana, and to help coordinate local and state responses, Zero to Five surveyed families across Montana to gather information on their experiences. The COVID-19 Family Impact Survey was conducted April 2-10, 2020. Zero to Five utilized a non-probability sample to collect the data. While this survey does not provide a representative sample, it offers an expedited view of how the pandemic has impacted Montana families. This executive summary highlights core findings. (author abstract)
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