• Nick Bates


The State of Ohio: 2017 will be released in the near future.

The State of Ohio: 2016 tells a story about our state, our people, and how we compare to the country. It shows a hard reality: TOO MANY OHIOANS ARE STRUGGLING. Deep, stubborn inequality clearly exists. To make all Ohioans’ lives better, we’ll need serious focus and significant investment aimed at solving our problems. 

Like all policy advocates in Ohio, we read a lot of reports. But we realized, nearly every report is narrowly focused on a single issue.THE STATE OF OHIO attempts to synthesize dozens of sources on a range of issues to tell a more holistic story about what’s happening in Ohio.



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