Measuring disaster preparation in Puerto Rico

Data analysis shows key influencers lead more people to take action

By Yesenia Cruz Cantillo, Carlos J. González Oquendo and Cristian Solano Payares

Every year, Puerto Rico's population enacts a set of measures to get ready for the hurricane season. The U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) assists in accelerating survivor recovery in the United States and its territories after a disaster.

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