After weeks of relative stability, nationwide trust in police and feeling of personal safety tumbled this week as measured by Elucd's Blockwise Policing Index. National events have drastically changed local perception of police and public safety across the country, especially among young people and people of color.
Local New York survey responses pulled from Elucd’s national daily coronavirus preparedness tracker from March 17 to March 18 show New York City residents are social distancing significantly less than residents outside New York City, among other differing results:
Elucd is providing real-time national feedback on the COVID-19 pandemic for free to governments, health officials and the public. The company is working with several local governments to provide more extensive feedback on a neighborhood-specific level to provide real-time intelligence to first responder agencies. This information is helping local officials to better understand what the public knows, what they need and where to focus critical resources as they respond to this on-going crisis.
In advance of the various Democratic primaries taking place on Tuesday, March 3, 2020 ("Super Tuesday"), Elucd conducted surveys in three states--Colorado, North Carolina, and Texas--using our proprietary Blockwise surveying technology. These are our results.
A new public safety survey conducted by technology company Elucd in the City of Philadelphia found perception of safety among 554 city residents lower than all other Elucd-polled U.S. cities.
In advance of the New Hampshire Democratic primary on Tuesday, February 11, 2020, Elucd conducted a survey of New Hampshire residents using its Blockwise surveying technology.
Elucd announced the findings of its most recent Blockwise survey conducted in South Bend, Indiana to measure South Bend residents’ sentiment about critical public safety issues.This survey follows polling in June and comes after a series of seven community meetings hosted by the South Bend Board of Public Safety promising steps toward renewed open dialogue with residents.