December 18th, 2023 –

Earlier this month, the National Conference on Citizenship released the 2023 Arkansas Civic Health Index, completed in partnership with the Clinton School of Public Service at the University of Arkansas.

On December 4th, civic leaders across Arkansas convened to discuss the findings.

View the media highlights from the report since the release:

“Jay Barth, director of Clinton Center, explains the lack of voter turnout in Arkansas” – Little Rock Public Radio (NPR) 

“Arkansans among least-trusting, most-neighborly Americans, civic engagement report finds” – Arkansas Democrat Gazette

“Arkansas Civic Health Index presented for first time at Clinton Center” – KARK Little Rock (NBC)

“Arkansas lowest in voter turnout, so what should be done?” – The Magnolia Reporter

“New report names Arkansas last in voter turnout” – 5News Online (Youtube)

Additional partner organizations include Engage Arkansas, Arkansas Community Foundation, Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation, Americans for Prosperity Foundation, Winthrop Rockefeller Institute, Central Arkansas Library System, Arkansas Peace and Justice Memorial Movement, and Investing in Black Futures.