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Net Change in Local Government Fiscal Health, 2009-2017, by County

source: Michigan Public Policy Survey


Map size


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Map speed


Slow
Medium
Fast


2009 –› 2010 –› 2011 –› 2012 –› 2013 –› 2014 2009 –› 2010 –› 2011 –› 2012 –› 2013 –› 2014 2009 –› 2010 –› 2011 –› 2012 –› 2013 –› 2014 2009 –› 2010 –› 2011 –› 2012 –› 2013 –› 2014 2009 –› 2010 –› 2011 –› 2012 –› 2013 –› 2014 2009 –› 2010 –› 2011 –› 2012 –› 2013 –› 2014 2009 –› 2010 –› 2011 –› 2012 –› 2013 –› 2014 –› 2015 2009 –› 2010 –› 2011 –› 2012 –› 2013 –› 2014 –› 2015 –› 2016 2009 –› 2010 –› 2011 –› 2012 –› 2013 –› 2014 –› 2015 –› 2016 –›2017

These maps show changing "net fiscal health" for jurisdictions across Michigan aggregated at the county level, from 2009-2014. The six maps contrast those counties (in shades of red) where more jurisdictions are suffering fiscal decline than are experiencing improved fiscal health, compared with those counties (in shades of green) where more jurisdictions are experiencing improved fiscal health than decline. Counties shaded grey experienced no net fiscal change.

Note: The jurisdictions responding within each county vary from wave to wave, which may result in larger longitudinal swings in counties that have only a few jurisdictions ("small N") overall.



Legend


More than 50% net improvement

26-50% net improvement

0-25% net improvement

no net change

0-25% net decline

26-50% net decline

More than 50% net decline





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