In September 2010, the National Conference on Citizenship and the Corporation for National and Community Service produced the first Civic Health Assessment. Thirteen states and four cities signed on to complete individualized civic health reports in 2010; CIRCLE contributed to the analysis of the state-specific data. Missouri, Arizona, North Carolina, Virginia, Ohio, California all produced reports, and Seattle was the first city-level report of its kind.
This year, state-specific data allowed the state partners to break down participation levels among several different demographics, including age, gender, race, marital status, income level, urbanicity and more. There were similarities in each state, but there were also unique differences.
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