Auditor Galloway issues report on state performance in key areas such as health, education

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Auditor Galloway issues report on state performance in key areas such as health, education
Auditor Galloway issues report on state performance in key areas such as health, education (Picture property of St. Louis Media, LLC d.b.a. STL.News)

Report compares state benchmarks to national averages

JEFFERSON CITY, MO/June 19, 2017 (STL.News) Auditor GallowayMissouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway today released a report examining the state’s performance in key areas such as the economy, education and health.  The report provides a snapshot of Missouri’s statistics and rankings compared to other states and is designed as a resource for citizens and policymakers in Missouri.

The report is divided into six main categories: economy, education, civic involvement, health, crime and transportation.  Topics within those categories include income, job growth, unemployment, taxes, poverty, test scores, high school and college graduates, voter turnout, smoking, obesity, teen births, health insurance, crime, gas taxes, and road and bridge conditions.

Data and ranking information comes from independent sources cited throughout the report, and is collected by the Harry S Truman School of Public Affairs’ Institute of Public Policy at the University of Missouri-Columbia.

To view the report please CLICK

Contact information:

Gena Terlizzi
Director of Communications
Phone: (573) 751-4213

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Source: MO.Gov