Charts and graphs for the report, "What's At Issue Here? New York Metro Area Residents on the Problems That Concern Them Most." READ MORE
Throughout 2015, we worked with WNYC to survey residents of the New York metropolitan region. We wanted to know how area residents are thinking about public issues like education, income inequality, housing costs, taxes, crime and police-community relations.
We explored our findings with Brian Lehrer on his daily WNYC show - you can listen to those segments here. We also examine the results in a report and series of blog posts, which you can access below.
How much do these views reflect your concerns, whether you live in the New York metro region or not? Tweet us your thoughts with the hashtag #NYMetroSurvey.
The Public Agenda/WNYC Survey is the first annual Deborah Wadsworth Fund Project and is possible thanks in large part to the generosity of our donors. The survey will help inform our next annual Deborah Wadsworth project, through which we'll seek to find collaborative solutions to an issue local residents care and worry deeply about.
Does this work interest you? Please donate to the Deborah Wadsworth Fund today to support our continued work in the New York metro area. As a donor to the Deborah Wadsworth Fund, you will receive an invitation to the announcement of our second annual Deborah Wadsworth Project in November!