Dec 4, 2023 – The National Conference on Citizenship is proud to share that we released the 2023 Arkansas Civic Health Index, completed in partnership with the Clinton School of Public Service at the University of Arkansas.

Download the 2023 Arkansas Civic Health Index

View the livestream of the release event

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.

The Arkansas Civic Health Index is the first published report that describes the conditions of civic engagement in Arkansas.

The report has several uses:

– Improving the understanding of political and civic engagement in Arkansas
– identifying areas of political or civic involvement in Arkansas that need attention and resources
– Help determine issues and topics for future public dialogue
– Catalyzes public events—including a conference—about current levels of civic engagement in our state

News from the report:

“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)

“OPINION | REX NELSON: Arkansas is broken” – 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)

 

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