Issues & Insights
These reports summarize the foremost concerns—both current and emerging—among respondents of our Fourth District Community Issues survey.
- In 2011, the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland began conducting a semi-annual community issues survey. The July 2013 survey marks the fourth time we have reached out to our stakeholders to elicit their input on the current and emerging issues confronting the communities they serve. Jobs and vacant properties have consistently ranked as top current concerns among stakeholders responding to our survey, while federal budgets cuts has constantly ranked as a top emerging concern. We received 241 responses to our July 2013 survey which gauges the stakeholders? concerns for the first half of the year and what they see as concerns a year from now. Read more
- This third issue of the publication captures the top concerns of the Community Survey’s respondents in the Fourth Federal Reserve District during the second half of 2012. The survey will be conducted twice annually and the results will be used to enhance our understanding of the issues, both current and upcoming, that are facing our District. Read more