Surveys conducted by Gallup in the 26 John S. and James L. Knight Foundation communities in the United States. Community attachment and its impact on economic growth and well-being are the main focus of the study. Compared residents' attachment level to the GDP growth in the 26 communities over the past 5 years. The findings showed a significant correlation between community attachment and economic growth. Preceded by the Community Indicators Survey [1999-2002].