In June of 2010, at the African American and Juneteenth Festival in Worcester, Massachusetts, Clark University administered a survey directed toward African American residents of the city of Worcester. In the survey, residents who attended the festival were asked to rate the quality of life in the City, public services, and local government and political representation, as well as leadership in the local African-American community. This report presents and analyzes the primary findings of the survey.
Perry, Ravi K.; Prince, Paris F.; Hansen, Lauren; and Cochrane, Eric, "Survey:" (2010). Mosakowski Institute for Public Enterprise. 16.
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