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What do you believe to be the three greatest issues in Hernando County?

53% (51 votes)
32% (31 votes)
25% (24 votes)
Lack of Food Bank to supply Food Pantries
20% (20 votes)
Bullying (schools, cyber, etc.)
16% (16 votes)
16% (16 votes)
Parenting Skills/Involvment
11% (11 votes)
Lack of Health Care Services
9% (9 votes)
Teen Pregnancy
8% (8 votes)
Lack of Quality/Affordable Day Care
7% (7 votes)
2% (2 votes)
Education/Graduation Rate
1% (1 vote)
Total votes: 96