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  1. CSLI Advisory BoardSept. 11, 2014 Agenda Call to order Review of ongoing activities Review/discuss Spring 2014 survey Review/discuss proposedFall 2014 Survey Any other new/old business Adjournment Center for the Study of Local Issues Anne Arundel Community College 101 College Parkway Arnold, MD 21012-1895 http:www2.aacc.edu/csli ddnataf@aacc.edu 410.777.2733

  2. CSLI Active Client Projects: Ongoing Coordinating Center • Client: Non-profit; helps coordinate health care services for severely ill patients • Type of survey: Client satisfaction • Methodology: Coordinating Center sends out questionnaire; CSLI receives returned completed surveys. Students call subset of client list to verify receipt and return of surveys – in fall will offer to conduct survey; second wave mailed to those needing another copy. • N= Up to 2500 – typical completions: 750-800 • Current status:Renewed for 2014 - ongoing • Contract value: $2860 Net income to CSLI: $1500 • Students employed:2-3

  3. CSLI Active Client Projects Ratcliffe Scholarship – Survey of Recipients • Client: Ratcliffe Scholarship Program • Type of survey: Online • Methodology: Two online surveys – new recipients, past recipients • N= 50+ possible respondents • Current status:New recipient survey in-progress; past recipient survey in late spring • Contract Value: $1250 Net income to CSLI: $350 • Students employed: Monitoring of progress

  4. CSLI Recently Finished Client Projects Queen Anne’s County – Survey of Residents with Failing Septic Systems • Client: Queen Anne’s County • Type of survey: Mailed (primarily) • Methodology: Cover letter sent by county, CSLI sends mailed questionnaire, creates online option, sends tickler • N= 390 respondents (1523 surveys mailed) • Current status:Survey completed, presentation to county commissioners Feb. 25 • Contract Value: $5750 Net income to CSLI: $2500 • Students employed: Monitoring of progress

  5. CSLI Recent Student-related Activities 1. CSLI student interns • Fall 2014: 2 (Brittany Arroyo and Gabrielle Giovinazzo • Hours: vary depending on projects and needs of the moment but goal is to average five hours per week per intern • Duties: range from data entry, survey design, student supervision, and telephone interviewing. Usually active in club activities.

  6. CSLI Recent Student-related Activities 2. CSLI student club • Inception: 2006 – designated an official student club. • Organizational structure:Officers include president, vice president, secretary and treasurer, elected at beginning of fall semester. CSLI interns usually chosen as club president/vice president and represent the club at student association meetings • Budget: Varies yearly–2012-13: $800 from student association. • 2013-14 Activities: Various field trips • Annapolis – Maryland General Assembly • Baltimore Council of Foreign Affairs

  7. CSLI Recent Activities-Public Outreach • . • CSLI Web site: Posted all new presentations and updates to searchable database (see http://www2.aacc.edu/csli). • Candidate forums: Co-sponsoring a candidate forum for council candidates in districts 1-6 and county executive candidates. Oct. 21 at Pascal Center – 6-9:30 p.m. Moderated a candidate forum between Republican county executive candidates at Severna Park HS in June. • Public presentations: Various presentations through the year… • Newspaper citations: Various articles in Capital, Baltimore Sun and Washington Post about upcoming elections. Appearance on PBS “State Circle” television program in August. • Capital Newspaper: Spring 2014 piloted new relationship with Capital-Gazette newspaper – integrated into survey design phase with the expectation of running stories mentioning survey results.

  8. CSLI Semi-Web Panel Semi-annual Survey and Web Panel Web panel: We have accumulated a total of around 1,783  possibly valid email addresses. • About 40+ percent of respondents accept request to give email addresses. • Response rate typically between 10-20%. • Used with Partners-in-Care project. • Open to topic suggestions from faculty.

  9. Semi-annual Survey – Overview of Spring 2014 Results

  10. County: Right or Wrong Direction? Fall ‘00 to Spring ‘14

  11. Most Important Problem: Fall 2007 to Spring 2014

  12. Right/Wrong Direction – County, State, Nation: Fall ‘12 to Spring ‘14

  13. Economic Conditions: (% excellent+good) County vs. Maryland and USA

  14. Economic indicators, Spring 2014

  15. Economic indicators, Spring 2014

  16. Economic Conditions over the next 12 Months

  17. Table 7: State and County Proposals – Support, Oppose, Unsure Major Issues: Support/Oppose

  18. Minimum Wage – Party, Ideology and Race

  19. Marijuana – Party, Ideology and Age

  20. Affordable Care Act - Support

  21. Race for Governor, Spring 2014

  22. County Executive Race, Spring 2014

  23. Job approval, Spring 2014

  24. Presidential Job approvalFall 2007 to Spring 2014

  25. Trust in Political Parties

  26. End of slideshow • Go to draft fall 2014 questionnaire