A new survey of Floridians is reinforcing the belief among victims of Hurricane Michael that they’ve been forgotten as they continue their recovery efforts eight months after the Category 5 storm made landfall. According to the survey of 1,000 Floridians released today, almmost half of repsondents said they had no plans to do anything to help victims recover when asked if they would donate money, volunteer time, or visit the Panhandle. The survey also says 2 in 5 believe mistakenly that life has returned to normal in the Panhandle.