The second New York City Nonprofit Executive Outlook Survey done by Baruch's School of Public Affairs NonProfit Group and the SPA Survey Unit, was mentioned in the 3/27 online edition of Crain's New York Business which is www.newyorkbusiness.com.
According to the Crain's article, more than 60% of the leaders of New York City human services agencies say conditions for poor families in the city are worse than a year ago. More than 40% said conditions are worsening for immigrants, young people at risk, and the elderly. The Baruch survey was released Monday, according to Crain's. The Crain's story mentioning the Baruch survey has been picked up and distributed by a nonprofit listserv from the Foundation Center, which is how I learned of it.