Community Ties: Understanding What Attaches People to the Place Where They Live
Posted by John S. and James L. Knight Foundation on June 16, 2020
Well before COVID-19 shut down community life as we know it, Knight Foundation commissioned Urban Institute to explore a key question: what attaches people to the places where they live? To understand this question, Urban Institute, in partnership with the firm SSRS, surveyed over 11,000 Americans: 1,206 U.S. adults living in urbanized areas and 10,261 living in 26 metro areas throughout the United States where Knight Foundation works.
Read the report here: https://knightfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Community-Ties-Final-pg.pdf
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