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WHY IT MATTERS

Communities are home, how we connect to others, and are at the center of collective decision-making.

WHAT SUCCESS LOOKS LIKE

Communities are working together to solve problems and improve the lives of all Arizonans.

 

The following metrics have been identified through a rigorous process in consultation with Arizona leaders and subject matter experts.

 

Connected Communities Progress Meter Data Profile Report

This local report is intended to provide timely and trusted data that can be used by communities to better inform them on how they are doing on what matters most to them. Within this document, you may compare select Arizona geographies on key measures in this Progress Meter. In future updates, these reports will contain the most recent and regularly-updated data available on-demand.

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CONNECTED COMMUNITIES
DATA INSIGHT

22%

Of Arizonans frequently spend time or converse with their neighbors

National Conference on Citizenship analysis of 2017 US Census data places Arizonans lowest in the nation when compared with other US States and the District of Columbia on frequently spending time or conversing with our neighbors.

Source: NCoC Analysis of 2017 US Census Current Population Survey, Civic & Volunteering Supplement

8.5%

Of Arizonans frequently provide support to family and friends

Arizonans are still finding critical ways of supporting each other and are generous with our family and friends. Arizonans provide help to each other frequently at higher rates than the national average.

Source: NCoC Analysis of 2017 US Census Current Population Survey, Civic & Volunteering Supplement

 

 

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