National Conference on Citizenship
The National Conference on Citizenship (NCoC) is began publishing American's Civic Health Index in 2006 and it has become the leading gauge of how well Americans connect to each other and to the civic life of their communities. In 2008, NCoC began partnering with local institutions to produce state-level reports. Arizona is pleased to join NCoC, 12 other state and four cities in publishing the 2010 report.
For more information, visit ncoc.net →
For more than 70 years, Gallup has delivered relevant, timely, and visionary research on what people around the world think and feel. Gallup has become the best known and most widely respected name in the world for gathering and reporting public opinion.
For more information, visit gallup.com →
Arizona Indicators is the state´s centralized source for a wide range of quality data and indicators to show how the state is doing, presented in easy-to-use formats. The metrics and scorecards developed for The Arizona We Want will become a designated dashboard on the Arizona Indicators Project (AIP) Web site.
For more information, visit arizonaindicators.org →
ASU Morrison Institute for Public Policy
The Morrison Institute for Public Policy offers expertise on a number of state, regional and national issues including sustainability, health care, the criminal justice system, legislative policy, economic trends, social dynamics, polling, governance and Latino public policy.
For more information, visit morrisoninstitute.asu.edu →
John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation promotes journalism excellence worldwide and invests in the vitality of communities in the United States where the Knight brothers once owned newspapers. Knight Foundation invests in ideas and projects that can lead to transformational change. Soul of the Community (SOTC) is a three-year study conducted by Gallup of the 26 John S. and James L. Knight Foundation communities across the United States employing a fresh approach to determine the factors that attach residents to their communities and the role of community attachment in an area´s economic growth and well-being. The study focuses on the emotional side of the connection between residents and their communities.
For more information, visit soulofthecommunity.org →
Horizon's in-depth 2010 election coverage. (Eight, Arizona PBS)
For more information, visit azpbs.org/vote2010 →