Responses are mapped based on self-interpreted index.
This combines narrative and data to map the interests of policy makers, workers, owners and developers about what a quality job is.
The result is a dynamic map that shows where overlap is between the sectors. Clusters of responses in the same area show hot spots where common interests exist and policy action is most likely to succeed.
Meta data in the survey that holds the date of the response could be used to see movement over time.
– Legislators can see where constituents and coop developers see quality work and how that fits into worker ownership
– Coop developers can see where policy makers think good jobs are, and whether their priorities are matched by the working sector.
– Coop worker owners can see if their company is meeting the interests of the non-owning public and where policy makers and developers are prioritizing.