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Spring 2018Q9aThinking first about your jurisdiction's current governing body (i.e., the County Commission, City Council or Commission, Village Council, or Township Board), how would you rate its effectiveness in performing the following functions? Establishing long-term goals

Major Tags: Governmental Relations
Related Topics: intragovernmental relations | Local government job performance | Job evaluation of own jurisdiction
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Spring 2018Q9bThinking first about your jurisdiction's current governing body (i.e., the County Commission, City Council or Commission, Village Council, or Township Board), how would you rate its effectiveness in performing the following functions? Overseeing administrative performance

Major Tags: Governmental Relations
Related Topics: intragovernmental relations | Local government job performance | Job evaluation of own jurisdiction
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Spring 2018Q9cThinking first about your jurisdiction's current governing body (i.e., the County Commission, City Council or Commission, Village Council, or Township Board), how would you rate its effectiveness in performing the following functions? Overseeing the jurisdiction's finances

Major Tags: Governmental Relations
Related Topics: intragovernmental relations | Local government job performance | Job evaluation of own jurisdiction
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Spring 2018Q9dThinking first about your jurisdiction's current governing body (i.e., the County Commission, City Council or Commission, Village Council, or Township Board), how would you rate its effectiveness in performing the following functions? Addressing citizens' expectations

Major Tags: Governmental Relations
Related Topics: intragovernmental relations | Local government job performance | Job evaluation of own jurisdiction
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Spring 2018Q9eThinking first about your jurisdiction's current governing body (i.e., the County Commission, City Council or Commission, Village Council, or Township Board), how would you rate its effectiveness in performing the following functions? Board/Council performance overall

Major Tags: Governmental Relations
Related Topics: intragovernmental relations | Local government job performance | Job evaluation of own jurisdiction
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Spring 2018Q11aIn your best estimate, how often is there consensus among Board/Council members regarding? votes on development issues?

Major Tags: Governmental Relations
Related Topics: intragovernmental relations | Local government job performance | Job evaluation of own jurisdiction
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Spring 2018Q11bIn your best estimate, how often is there consensus among Board/Council members regarding? votes on budgeting and fiscal policy?

Major Tags: Governmental Relations
Related Topics: intragovernmental relations | Local government job performance | Job evaluation of own jurisdiction
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Spring 2018Q11cIn your best estimate, how often is there consensus among Board/Council members regarding? routine decisions facing the jurisdiction?

Major Tags: Governmental Relations
Related Topics: intragovernmental relations | Local government job performance | Job evaluation of own jurisdiction
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Spring 2018Q12aTo what extent, if at all, would you say overall the following factors help or hurt relationships among the members of your jurisdiction's Board/Council? Behavior of individual elected officials (tone of communication, professionalism, ethics, etc.)

Major Tags: Governmental Relations
Related Topics: intragovernmental relations | Local government job performance | Job evaluation of own jurisdiction | Local government ethics
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Spring 2018Q12bTo what extent, if at all, would you say overall the following factors help or hurt relationships among the members of your jurisdiction's Board/Council? Willingness of individual elected officials to support final decisions of the Board/Council

Major Tags: Governmental Relations
Related Topics: intragovernmental relations | Local government job performance | Job evaluation of own jurisdiction
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Spring 2018Q12cTo what extent, if at all, would you say overall the following factors help or hurt relationships among the members of your jurisdiction's Board/Council? Turnover among members

Major Tags: Governmental Relations
Related Topics: intragovernmental relations | Local government job performance | Job evaluation of own jurisdiction
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Spring 2018Q12dTo what extent, if at all, would you say overall the following factors help or hurt relationships among the members of your jurisdiction's Board/Council? Blocs or factions on the Board/Council

Major Tags: Governmental Relations
Related Topics: intragovernmental relations | Local government job performance | Job evaluation of own jurisdiction
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Spring 2018Q12eTo what extent, if at all, would you say overall the following factors help or hurt relationships among the members of your jurisdiction's Board/Council? Clarity of roles and responsibilities

Major Tags: Governmental Relations
Related Topics: intragovernmental relations | Local government job performance | Job evaluation of own jurisdiction
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Spring 2018Q12fTo what extent, if at all, would you say overall the following factors help or hurt relationships among the members of your jurisdiction's Board/Council? State and national partisan politics

Major Tags: Governmental Relations
Related Topics: intragovernmental relations | Local government job performance | Job evaluation of own jurisdiction
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Spring 2018Q12gTo what extent, if at all, would you say overall the following factors help or hurt relationships among the members of your jurisdiction's Board/Council? Other

Major Tags: Governmental Relations
Related Topics: intragovernmental relations | Local government job performance | Job evaluation of own jurisdiction
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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 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 2018Q15aAs far as you know, does your jurisdiction currently have a formal set of rules (e.g., a code of conduct, charter provision, ordinance, or policy) concerning? appropriate Board/Council behavior?

Major Tags: Governmental Relations
Related Topics: intragovernmental relations | Local government job performance
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Spring 2018Q15bAs far as you know, does your jurisdiction currently have a formal set of rules (e.g., a code of conduct, charter provision, ordinance, or policy) concerning? Board/Council interactions with administration and/or employees in your jurisdiction?

Major Tags: Governmental Relations | Workforce
Related Topics: intragovernmental relations | Local government job performance | Workforce conditions | Employee issues
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Spring 2018Q16aNow, overall, how would you rate the relationships among? elected officials in your jurisdiction?

Major Tags: Governmental Relations
Related Topics: intragovernmental relations | Local government job performance
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Spring 2018Q16bNow, overall, how would you rate the relationships among? elected officials and the chief administrative officer in your jurisdiction?

Major Tags: Governmental Relations
Related Topics: intragovernmental relations | Local government job performance
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Spring 2018Q16cNow, overall, how would you rate the relationships among? elected officials and other employees in your jurisdiction?

Major Tags: Governmental Relations | Workforce
Related Topics: intragovernmental relations | Local government job performance | Workforce conditions | Employee issues
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Spring 2017Q13aThe State of Michigan is requiring cities and townships to update their voting equipment by August 2018, and says it will provide funding to cover most - or all - of the up-front costs. Cities and townships will pay for any remaining cost beyond the State's contribution, and for extended service and maintenance after 5 years. To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements about this initiative? New equipment will be worth new costs to my jurisdiction.

Major Tags: Services
Related Topics: Service provision | intragovernmental relations | State mandates and preemption | Election administration
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Spring 2017Q13bThe State of Michigan is requiring cities and townships to update their voting equipment by August 2018, and says it will provide funding to cover most - or all - of the up-front costs. Cities and townships will pay for any remaining cost beyond the State's contribution, and for extended service and maintenance after 5 years. To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements about this initiative? New equipment will significantly improve election administration in my jurisdiction.

Major Tags: Services
Related Topics: Service provision | intragovernmental relations | State mandates and preemption | Election administration
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Spring 2017Q13cThe State of Michigan is requiring cities and townships to update their voting equipment by August 2018, and says it will provide funding to cover most - or all - of the up-front costs. Cities and townships will pay for any remaining cost beyond the State's contribution, and for extended service and maintenance after 5 years. To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements about this initiative? The State's cost-sharing approach is appropriate.

Major Tags: Services
Related Topics: Service provision | intragovernmental relations | State mandates and preemption | Election administration
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Spring 2017Q14Overall, to what extent do you support or oppose the State's initiative to have cities and townships update their voting equipment?

Major Tags: Services
Related Topics: Service provision | intragovernmental relations | State mandates and preemption | Election administration
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Fall 2014q45aPlease identify which of the following were sources from which you felt pressure to do something during the past five years that, in your role as a local official, you felt might be unethical: Other officials from your own jurisdiction

Major Tags: Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Local government job performance | intragovernmental relations | Local government ethics
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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 2011Q21iHow likely or unlikely is it that your jurisdiction would use data for the following purposes: Improving communication with your jurisdiction's legislative body

Major Tags: Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Performance management | intragovernmental relations | Performance measurement and management
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