IACIR 2004 Survey

Service: Survey design

Research Area: Economic Development

 

 

 Intergovernmental Issues in Indiana (2004) is the seventh in a series of periodic surveys of elected officials designed to help the Indiana Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations (IACIR) and the
Indiana General Assembly understand issues facing local governments. The 2004 survey included 19 questions and addressed many issues included in previous IACIR surveys, as well as “hot topics” affecting local governments currently. The heart of the survey is a series of questions about 55 community conditions in six categories: health, public safety, economics, land use, local services, and community quality of life. Answers to these questions provide useful insights about how local officials feel about the directions in which their communities are heading.

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