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Summary:  View help for Summary The Spring 2010 MPPS wave focused on fiscal, budgetary and operational issues, as well as economic development issues. Additional batteries of questions focused on the US census, employee compensation, and state revenue sharing.  

Scope of Folder

Subject Terms:  View help for Subject Terms government revenue; government spending; budgets; government services; economic development; trust in government; census; redistricting; government employees; employee benefits; local government; government expenditures
Geographic Coverage:  View help for Geographic Coverage Michigan
Collection Date(s):  View help for Collection Date(s) 4/14/2010 – 6/17/2010 (Spring 2010)
Universe:  View help for Universe 3,503 top elected and top appointed officials from all 1,856 Michigan counties, cities, villages, and townships
Data Type(s):  View help for Data Type(s) survey data

Methodology

Response Rate:  View help for Response Rate 71% by jurisdiction; 46% by individual respondent
Sampling:  View help for Sampling The sample for the Spring 2010 MPPS included on average two officials from each of the local general purpose units of government (83 counties, 277 cities, 256 villages, and 1,240 townships) in the state of Michigan. The sample frame included, where the position existed and was not vacant, the top elected and top appointed official in each jurisdiction. For counties, this consisted of county administrators and board chairs; for cities, mayors and city managers; for villages, village presidents and managers. Townships are a special case, in that, typically, their governing officials are all elected. Therefore, in townships, both the elected supervisors and the elected clerks were administered surveys, as well as the few appointed township managers.
Collection Mode(s):  View help for Collection Mode(s) paper and pencil interview (PAPI); web-based survey
Weights:  View help for Weights The Spring 2010 dataset includes two separate weights—one for individual-level and one for jurisdiction-level analyses—that should be used to account for nonresponse at the individual and jurisdictional levels.
Unit(s) of Observation:  View help for Unit(s) of Observation Jurisdiction, Individual

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