Violence in neighborhoods is a factor negatively associated with parents' and children's ability to thrive where they live. In the National Voices Project, we have asked annually about respondents' preceptions of children's opportunities to live in neighborhoods without violence, in communities that the respondents know best. We have also asked specifically about how respondents perceive such opportunities for children from different racial/ethnic backgrounds.
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