The Boyd Center for Business and Economic Research at the University of Tennessee, under contract with the Department of Finance and Administration of the State of Tennessee, conducted a survey of Tennessee residents to ascertain their insurance status and use of medical facilities and their level of satisfaction with the TennCare program. A target sample size of 5,000 households allows us to obtain accurate estimates for subpopulations. The Boyd Center prepared the survey instrument in cooperation with personnel from the Division of TennCare.
Many business leaders from across Tennessee responded to the Boyd Center’s semi-annual Business Leaders Survey, providing a unique perspective on Tennessee and the nation’s economy. Responses were provided between August 9 and August 23, 2021. Respondents, nearly 60 percent of whom are CEOs or company owners, represent a broad sample of Tennessee’s businesses, both by size and by industry.
As part of a modernization effort, KUB plans to upgrade its electrical grid by installing an extensive fiber system, which will provide a more reliable electricity service, better efficiency, and shorter downtimes in the event of power outages. The fiber system would also enable KUB to offer cheaper, ultra-fast internet to all households and businesses in its electric grid service area. This report documents the various benefits associated with expanding access to ultra-fast internet connections.
As Tennessee grapples with COVID-19, the Boyd Center has partnered with the Tennessee Department of Finance and Administration to produce a series of weekly and monthly data that shows how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting Tennessee’s economy.Review the Data
View our maps of Tennessee’s metropolitan and micropolitan statistical areas.Learn More
The Boyd Center has a long history of research on various facets of education policy and budgeting, from pre-kindergarten through post-secondary and adult education.Our Reports
Each year, the Boyd Center conducts a survey of Tennessee residents’ insurance status and use of medical facilities.Our Reports
Data from the Boyd Center for Business and Economic Research shows the uninsured rate among adults in Tennessee is holding steady.