[Air-L] Digital Divide, Civic Engagement Stats for the UK??, U.S. E-Gov state rankings by income?

Steven Clift slc at publicus.net
Sun Nov 24 11:41:33 PST 2013

Thanks for the tips.

On the U.S. part of the note, no one here do a deep dive into the July
2011 ACS survey????

Anyone want to? I can help share results with open gov practitioners
around the nation.

On Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 9:59 AM, Steven Clift <slc at publicus.net> wrote:
> I am hosting an event in London on Dec 2 -
> http://uknewvoices.eventbrite.com - where I will be featuring U.S.
> stats from the Pew study on digital civic engagement. My inclusion
> focus: http://bit.ly/pewcivic
> Also note: http://blog.e-democracy.org/posts/2108
> I am looking for any similar survey results from the UK or any other
> country for that matter.
> Any suggestions?
> Also, on a related note, I am looking for any analysis comparing US
> states in terms of lower income and by race use of e-government in
> general based on the July 2011 ACS survey.
> What states are reaching lower income residents the best with
> e-government services?
> Which states with the highest levels of Internet use are doing the
> best or worst with lower income access?
> Once we can see which ones are essentially reaching more people beyond
> what is driven by simply having more lower income people online, we
> can start to explore why and how states can increase lower income use
> of e-government (and open government). My ultimate goal is to build
> awareness around raising new and more representative voices online -
> http://e-democracy.org/newvoices
> See:
> http://thedataweb.rm.census.gov/ftp/cps_ftp.html#cpssupps
> http://www.census.gov/prod/techdoc/cps/cpsjul11.pdf
> http://www.census.gov/prod/2013pubs/p20-569.pdf
> http://www.ntia.doc.gov/report/2013/exploring-digital-nation-americas-emerging-online-experience
> The main question of interest:
> HUPRIM6 Do you use the Internet to access government services, forms, or
> information? (Include tax forms.)
> Please cc: clift at e-democracy.org with your reply.
> Thanks,
> Steven Clift

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