NCoC's Civic Health Initiatives elevates the discussion of our nation's civic health. We work with national, state, and city partners to measure how much people trust their neighbors, are active in their communities, and interact with their government. By measuring a wide variety of civic indicators, we educate Americans about our civic life and motivate people to strengthen it.
As civic health data becomes an increasing part of the dialogue around which policymakers, communities, and the media talk about civic life, the index is increasing in its scope and specificity to the state, city, and demographic levels.
Join us! NCoC is recruiting Civic Health Initiatives partners representing all 50 states and America's largest cities. Email Lisa Matthews (email@example.com) for more information.