Documents & Publications
Title Date
2014 Jul 16th, 2014
D.C.’s Civic Health In Six ChartsOriginally posted on DCist.com by Sarah Anne HughesD.C. residents are highly engaged in politics, volunteering and online commenting, but we're not great at interacting with our neighbors. July 15, 2014
July 14, 2014
In D.C., we talk to our neighbors. We just don’t trust them.Originally posted in the Washington Post by Robert Samuels July 14, 2014
Survey: Washingtonians trust media most, neighbors least in the U.S.Originally posted in the Washington Examiner by Paul Bedard July 14, 2014
Why Millennials Should Ditch Corporate Jobs for Public ServiceOriginally posted June 16th, 2014 in Fortune by Eric Zenisek and Mike Stinnett July 10, 2014
S.C. ’almost bipolar’ when it comes to civic involvementOriginally posted June 17th, 2014 in The Post and Courier by Robert Behre July 10, 2014
New report finds SC residents eager to vote, but hesitant to act afterwardsOriginally posted June 24. 2014 by the South Carolina Radio Network July 10, 2014
Political Activity Statewide and Locally Varies
Originally posted in the Star by Dede Biles
July 9, 2014
Why Californians Don’t VoteOriginally posted in the Los Angeles Daily News by Pete Peterson July 9, 2014
What is S.C.’s Civic Health? It DependsOriginally posted in Bluffton Today by Phil Noble July 2, 2014
Study: SC Residents Eager to Vote, Unlikely to ActOriginally posted in The State by Zach Murdock July 2, 2014
2014 Annual Conference on CitizenshipOctober 10th, 2014 in Washington, DC July 1, 2014
How Healthy is California? June 25, 2014
Humanities Goes ‘ALL-IN’ to Engage HoosiersOriginally posted on InsideIndianaBusiness.com June 25, 2014
Rachael WeikerProgram Manager for Civic Health Initiatives June 20, 2014
Annual Conference Promotional Partnership Overview June 19, 2014
Local broadcasters are strengthening civic life in America.by Ilir Zherka, NCoC Executive Director June 18, 2014
Serve DC and NCoC Announce Launch of First-Ever District of Columbia Civic Health Index June 17, 2014
South Carolinians are active voters, but among the least likely to take action after leaving the voting boothUniversity of South Carolina Upstate and NCoC Release South Carolina Civic Health Index June 16, 2014
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