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Benchmarks are often used to evaluate projects. They may consist of a set of baseline data gathered from a cohort of related actors in a field. Knowing this baseline performance data allows project owners to reflect on their own impact in relation.

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M+R Benchmarks Report

The firm's long-running nonprofit tech benchmarks

Institute for Nonprofit News Index Annual Report

The Index is the most comprehensive study of the state of nonprofit news.

Listening to Leaders survey

Fielded every two to three years, Listening to Leaders survey captures perceptions and experiences from policymakers in 140 low- and middle income countries over time on a series of topics such as development priorities, donor performance and data uptake.

Medill Subscriber Engagement Index

Medill Subscriber Engagement Index

Northwestern University, Campus Drive, Evanston, IL, USA

Northwestern University has launched the Medill Subscriber Engagement Index, a tool that allows local news organizations to see what content encourages subscribers to stick around and lets publishers benchmark their performance against outlets in comparable markets.

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