The American Community and Civic Life Survey explores the features and challenges of community and civic life among the American public. The survey of 3,663 adults was conducted using Ipsos’ probability-based online KnowledgePanel. The national survey measures public satisfaction with various aspects of their lives, how connected one feels to their state and local community, perceptions of economic opportunity, and optimism about the future. The survey examines the parts of community that are most important to the public, such as having good public schools, and illustrates the importance of neighborhood haunts in facilitating a sense of belonging to one’s community.
Date Fielded: October 7–22, 2019
Sample Size: N=3,663
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