City of New Orleans / Orleans Parish - SDMI LSU ??Behavioral Analysis Summary for the City of New Orleans during Hurricane Events 1 City of New Orleans / Orleans Parish Total Population by Evacuation Phase

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  • Behavioral Analysis Summary for the City of New Orleans during Hurricane Events

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    City of New Orleans / Orleans Parish

    Total Population by Evacuation Phase

    Parish Phase 1 Evacuation Phase 2 Evacuation Phase 3 Evacuation Total Population

    Orleans 7,912

    N/A 368,826

    376,738 2% 98%

    Total population by Evacuation Phase in the City of New Orleans

    Previous Evacuation Behavior Survey Question Previous Disaster Experience in Current Home

    During the time youve lived in this home, have any of the following hazards affected you, your home or the people who live with you?

    Flooding from rain 24%

    Flooding from river, canal, or lake 19%

    Flooding from storm surge or wave action 13%

    Any type of flooding 38%

    Wind damage 41%

    No previous damage at current home 42%

    Previous experience with flooding and wind damage in current homes.

    Evacuation decisions, destination, and shelter type during Hurricanes Katrina, Gustav and Isaac.

    75%

    5%

    25%

    70%

    59%

    5%

    27%

    9%

    55%

    1%

    24%

    75%

    55%

    5%

    36%

    4%

    23%20%

    29%

    5%

    58%

    3%

    32%

    8%

    0%

    10%

    20%

    30%

    40%

    50%

    60%

    70%

    80%

    Yes Evacuated Stayed inParish

    AnotherParish

    Out of state Family/Friendhome

    Public Shelter Hotel/motel Elsewhere

    Evacuationdecision

    Evacuation destination Evacuation shelter type

    Katrina Gustav Isaac

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    Risk perception of hurricanes and their effects.

    Threat Very

    Concerned Somewhat Concerned

    Not at all Concerned

    Threat of Hurricane 36% 47% 17%

    Flooding of Home 23% 38% 38%

    Damage from Winds 26% 49% 24%

    The variation in perceived threat of a hurricane impacting people varies among demographic data.

    Evacuation Intentions

    Overall evacuation intentions for the City of New Orleans

    34% 36%

    0%

    28%42%

    21%

    50% 45%

    0%

    55%43%

    36%

    16% 18%

    0%

    16% 15%

    43%

    0%

    10%

    20%

    30%

    40%

    50%

    60%

    70%

    80%

    90%

    100%

    Men Women White African American Other

    very concerned somewhat concerned not at all concerned

    45%51%

    80% 81% 80%91%

    22%

    23%

    9% 13% 13%6%

    34%26%

    11% 6% 7%4%

    0%

    10%

    20%

    30%

    40%

    50%

    60%

    70%

    80%

    90%

    100%

    Category 1-2(Q46)

    Category 1-2 withEM

    recommendation(Q47)

    Category 1-2 withEM order (Q48)

    Category 3 orabove (Q49)

    Category 3 orabove with EM

    recommendation(Q50)

    Category 3 andabove with EM

    order (Q51)

    Very Likely Somewhat Likely Not Very Likely

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    Most likely destination for if Evacuation for a Category 3 or Greater

    Category Family/Friend Public shelter Hotel/Motel

    Someplace else

    Don't know

    Overall by Percentage 56% 6% 31% 5% 3%

    Overall by People (Assumes 96% Evacuate) *

    203,358 21,880 110,689 16,732 9,010

    Responses by Demographics

    White 63% 1% 23% 8% 5%

    African American 52% 10% 35% 2% 1%

    Other 57% 0% 36% 7% 0%

    Most likely destinations during evacuation from a Category 3 or Greater Storm

    Category

    Yes, will take private vehicle

    (Q65)

    If Yes, Would ride

    with someone

    If Yes Will take 1 vehicle

    If Yes Will take 2

    vehicles

    If Yes Will take 3 or

    more vehicles

    If Yes, will take boat or trailer

    Overall 93% 3% 52% 31% 13% 11%

    By Households* 136,805 3,573 72,486 45,432 14,804 14,804

    By # of Vehicles* n/a n/a 72,486 90,863 44,411 n/a

    Total Private Vehicles Evacuating the City of New Orleans

    207,760 Total Private and Trailers Evacuating the City

    of New Orleans 223,584

    How people will evacuate and with how many vehicles, boats, or trailers

    * Percentage of people/households who said they are very likely or somewhat likely to

    evacuate with a Mandatory Evacuation Order for a Category 3 or stronger hurricane.

    Most Common Roads Identified as Evacuation

    Routes I-10 80.0%

    I-55 15.4%

    HWY 90 8.8%

    I-59 7.1%

    I-12 5.4%

    Most Likely Destination States

    Texas 25.7%

    Louisiana 15.6%

    Georgia 10.1%

    Mississippi 8.3%

    Tennessee 6.7%

    Other 12.5%

    Dont Know 16.0%

    Most Likely Destination Cities

    Houston 10.1%

    Atlanta 5.9%

    Baton Rouge 4.2%

    Dallas 4.2%

    Memphis 2.4%

    Most likely destinations and route to be used by evacuees from the City of New Orleans

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    23.0% 31.0%

    90.0%

    36.0% 34.0%

    0%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%80%90%

    100%

    Requireelectricallydependent

    medical device(Q79)

    Require aWheelchair

    (Q80)

    DifficultyWalking (Q81)

    Hearing orVision Problem

    (Q82)

    Mental HealthComplications

    (Q83)

    Access and Functional Needs

    Types of medical needs and disabilities identified through the survey for Region 1 (Sample = 34).

    Information Sources Survey Question Identified Information Sources

    If a hurricane threatens your area, where would you get MOST of your information as you make your evacuation decision?

    The Internet 15%

    Radio 29%

    Television 63%

    Cellphone 10%

    Friends or Relatives 4%

    Local First Responders 0%

    Local Government 2%

    Other 1%

    Where respondents receive their information during hurricane events (Sources include multiple responses

    by many participants).

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    Survey Respondents Demographics

    Demographic Total Sample

    Census Data (Study Area)

    Demographic Total Sample

    Census Data (Study Area)

    N = 288 376,738 N = 288 376,738

    Gender Highest Level of Education

    Male 43% 48% Less than 9th grade 1% 5%

    Female 57% 52% 9th to 12th grade, but did

    not graduate 7% 10%

    Age High school diploma 14% 23%

    18-24 8% 14% Some college or vocational

    school, but not degree 20% 22%

    25-44 25% 39% A 2-year college degree 7% 4%

    45-64 44% 33% A 4-year college degree 27% 20%

    65-84 22% 13% Graduate or professional

    degree 26% 15%

    85 and over 1% 2% Employment Status

    Race Employed full-time (35

    hours + per week) 48% n/a

    White 38% 34% Employed part-time (Less

    than 35 hours per week) 8% n/a

    African American 57% 60% Unemployed 6% 10%

    Asian

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    Survey Respondents by Location

    Survey Respondents by Zip Codes

    Survey Respondents by Evacuation Phase

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