Data Is King

It is used to:

  • Shape public policy
  • Influence economic and community development issues
  • Understand and influence the future of our housing market for our communities and the region

We use data to make informed decisions and educate and mobilize our community leaders on key issues for our neighborhoods and the region.

MIBOR’s Regional Housing Analysis

Coming up Short: Housing the Region’s Future Workforce

Managing Principal, Jeff Kingsbury and Senior Analyst, Katie Wertz of Greenstreet Ltd.Lisa Sturtevant of Lisa Sturtevant & Associates, LLC


"There's No Place Like Home" Brochure

Central Indiana: Community Preference Survey (2018)

President, Joe Goode

Senior Research Analyst, Amelia Mattler of American Strategies


Indianapolis Mayoral Election Issue Priorities

American Strategies designed and administered this telephone survey conducted by professional interviewers. The survey reached 500 adults, age 18 or older, who indicated they were registered to vote in Indianapolis, Indiana, indicated that they always, sometimes, or the chances are 50-50 that they vote in local municipal elections, and indicated that they are almost certain or probably will vote in the Indianapolis election for mayor, city-county council, and other offices on November 5th. The survey was conducted from August 13 to 18, 2019.

Thirty-eight percent of respondents were reached on wireless phones, eighteen percent on VOIP phones, and forty-four percent on landlines. Quotas were assigned to reflect the demographic distribution of likely November 2019 voters in Indianapolis, and the data were not weighted. The sample was drawn from a third-party vendor voter file. The overall margin of error is +/- 4.4%. The margin of error for subgroups is larger and varies. Percentage totals may not add up precisely due to rounding.


Project Archives

Near Eastside Impact Study (2012, 2013)

Community Preference Survey (2012) Links

Mass Transportation in Central Indiana (2008)