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New Research Initiative Fights Narrative of Absolute Division of Americans on Critical Issues

April 18, 2018 Comments Off on New Research Initiative Fights Narrative of Absolute Division of Americans on Critical Issues

Inaugural project of the Hidden Common Ground Initiative elevates areas of agreement on incarceration and criminal justice reform in America DATE OF RELEASE: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18TH, 2018 New York City…

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Teacher Collaboration Can Improve Student Outcome, Reduce Teacher Turnover

August 28, 2017 Comments Off on Teacher Collaboration Can Improve Student Outcome, Reduce Teacher Turnover

New resources released by Public Agenda and the Spencer Foundation to help advance teaching and learning by fostering collaboration among teachers DATE OF RELEASE: MONDAY, AUGUST 28TH, 2017 New York…

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New Research: Quality Matters to Patients, But Perceptions Vary Depending on Health Needs

July 12, 2017 Comments Off on New Research: Quality Matters to Patients, But Perceptions Vary Depending on Health Needs

National surveys examine public perceptions of quality in diabetes care, joint replacement and maternity care DATE OF RELEASE: WEDNESDAY, JULY 12TH, 2017 New York City – Patients care about quality…

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New Research: Americans Still Searching for How Much Their Care Will Cost

April 6, 2017 Comments Off on New Research: Americans Still Searching for How Much Their Care Will Cost

National survey and surveys in New York State, Florida, Texas, and New Hampshire point to a need for more actionable price information DATE OF RELEASE: THURSDAY, APRIL 6TH, 2017 New…

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Participatory Budgeting Continues to Grow Throughout the U.S. and Canada

December 12, 2016 Comments Off on Participatory Budgeting Continues to Grow Throughout the U.S. and Canada

Communities that allocated more money to PB saw greater participation, according to a new report from Pubic Agenda

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Elected Officials Say Participatory Budgeting Boosts Civic Engagement, Improves Political Prospects

November 3, 2016 Comments Off on Elected Officials Say Participatory Budgeting Boosts Civic Engagement, Improves Political Prospects

Confidential interviews highlight the benefits and challenges of participatory budgeting

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Most Americans Support Free College for Low- and Middle-Income Students: New Survey

October 6, 2016 Comments Off on Most Americans Support Free College for Low- and Middle-Income Students: New Survey

Research from Public Agenda reveals broad gaps based on age and political affiliation DATE OF RELEASE: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6TH, 2016 New York — Two-thirds of Americans support using taxpayer money…

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New Survey Suggests Public Confidence In Higher Ed Waning

September 13, 2016 Comments Off on New Survey Suggests Public Confidence In Higher Ed Waning

Findings from Public Agenda stand in contrast to expert opinion and federal policy goals DATE OF RELEASE: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13TH, 2016 New York City — Throughout the election season, various…

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Participatory Budgeting Processes Spend $50m Across U.S. And Canada

May 10, 2016 Comments Off on Participatory Budgeting Processes Spend $50m Across U.S. And Canada

First-ever comprehensive analysis reveals wide variety in how communities implement PB, with allocations ranging from $61k to $3.4 million

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

October 12, 2015 Comments Off on 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 DATE OF RELEASE: MONDAY, OCTOBER 12TH, 2015 New York City – – As…

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