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WHERE RESEARCH MEETS ACTION FOR LEADERS
July, 2016

Using data for local government action strategies and better quality of community life

Free Coffee-Break Webinar


So you've collected survey data, now what?  NRC Survey Consultant Jade Arocha  explains how to use that data to make your community better.
  • July 27, 2016
  • 1:00 PT / 2:00 MT / 4:00 ET
  • 20 minute coffee-break
Reserve your spot to access this free webinar.  Afterwards, we'll send you a link to the recording so you can watch it any time.


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THE QUIZ

About what percent of U.S. citizens say they visit a public park more than once a month?

A. 10%

B.  30%

C.  50%

D.  80%


Find out the answer in next month's issue!


And the answer to last month's quiz:

More than 9 in 10 local government employees plan to continue working for their current organization a year from now. 

A.  True

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