Boston University Survey: U.S. Mayors Concerned About Crumbling Infrastructure
For six years, Boston University has been surveying mayors across the country to find out what issues leaders at the local level are paying attention to.
This year, researchers surveyed 119 mayors of cities with more than 75,000 people. They found, while politics at the national level remain divided and often vitriolic, mayors largely agree on the challenges facing cities.
For more, The Show spoke with one of the people behind the Menino Survey of Mayors, Katherine Levine Einstein, an assistant professor at Boston University.