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Spring 2018Q13aThinking more generally about the tone of discussion and communication that takes place around local policy issues, how would you describe the general state of public discourse between the following groups within your jurisdiction? Among elected officials themselves

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement | Governmental Relations | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Intragovernmental relations | Civic discourse
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Spring 2018Q13bThinking more generally about the tone of discussion and communication that takes place around local policy issues, how would you describe the general state of public discourse between the following groups within your jurisdiction? Between elected officials and residents

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement | Governmental Relations | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Civic discourse
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Spring 2018Q13cThinking more generally about the tone of discussion and communication that takes place around local policy issues, how would you describe the general state of public discourse between the following groups within your jurisdiction? Among residents themselves

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement | Governmental Relations | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Civic discourse | Trust in citizens
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Spring 2018Q14aWould you say the tone of discussion and communication among these groups is more or less civil than it was five years ago? Among elected officials themselves

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement | Governmental Relations | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Intragovernmental relations | Civic discourse
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Spring 2018Q14bWould you say the tone of discussion and communication among these groups is more or less civil than it was five years ago? Between elected officials and residents

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement | Governmental Relations | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Civic discourse
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Spring 2018Q14cWould you say the tone of discussion and communication among these groups is more or less civil than it was five years ago? Among residents themselves

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement | Governmental Relations | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Civic discourse | Trust in citizens
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Fall 2012Q18aOverall, thinking about relationships between people in your community and the tone of discussions that take place around local policy issues, how would you describe the general state of public discourse between the following groups within your jurisdiction: Between public officials themselves

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Intragovernmental relations | Civic discourse
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Fall 2012Q18bOverall, thinking about relationships between people in your community and the tone of discussions that take place around local policy issues, how would you describe the general state of public discourse between the following groups within your jurisdiction: Between public officials and citizens

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Civic discourse
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Fall 2012Q18cOverall, thinking about relationships between people in your community and the tone of discussions that take place around local policy issues, how would you describe the general state of public discourse between the following groups within your jurisdiction: Between citizens themselves

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Civic discourse | Trust in citizens
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Fall 2012Q19cThinking in general about how things have changed in your jurisdiction over the last ten years or so - if at all - how are citizens' interactions with your local government different now than they were before: Is political discourse about local issues more or less civil?

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Trust in citizens | Engagement levels | Civic discourse
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