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Community outlook survey

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In July 2010, the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas launched the Community Outlook Survey, a quarterly online survey to assess community and economic development in the Eleventh District of the Federal Reserve System--Texas, northern Louisiana and southern New Mexico. ; This seven-question survey focuses on changes in financial well-being for low- and moderate-income (LMI) populations as well as service providers' capacity to serve the needs of these clients. The Bank uses providers' responses to measure increases / decreases / unchanged conditions from the previous quarter as well as expectations for changes in the following quarter. The data collected will help the Dallas Fed further analyze and encourage community and economic development and fair and impartial access to credit.

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  • Community Affairs Office, 2010. "Community outlook survey," Community Outlook Survey, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:feddcs:y:2010
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