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New York's Middle-Class Squeeze

A new survey shows that city residents feel increasingly trapped by a government that favors the rich.

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How Can We Quantify Democracy?

Matt Leighninger and Tina Nabatchi

In the last decade, more direct, innovative, interactive and democratic forms of participation have emerged, giving us new sets of numbers to collect and analyze.

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Webinar: Using Key PB Metrics and Toolkit Materials

November 11, 2015

In this one-hour webinar hosted on October 8th, 2015, we spoke with local evaluators and implementers of participatory budgeting about the toolkit and its accompanying materials.

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Is New York No Longer the Land of Opportunity?

New York Metropolitan Area Residents Feel Trapped by Economic Insecurity, According to New Public Agenda/WNYC Survey; Most Say Government Responds to the Wealthy, Not Them

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Public Agenda/WNYC Survey Finds Stark Racial Differences in How New York Metropolitan Area Residents View Crime, Policing

Black and Hispanic Residents Twice as Likely as Whites to View Police-Community Relations as a Serious Problem

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