Living in my car these days, having a ball traveling around Indiana to meet with community groups of all shapes and sizes as they receive their local survey data and plan for the future. The local variation around certain “indicators” is pretty interesting. It’s clear that neighborhoods with lower income populations also seem to be burdened with lower public investment in infrastructure. Residents in low income neighborhoods are more likely to report problems with streets needing repair, rundown buildings, and poor public service. Not fair, in my opinion.