They’re Here! American Community Survey & 500 Cities Data Updates

Our team has been hard at work the past couple of months integrating new data. We are excited to share the 2012-2016 data from the American Community Survey (ACS) and recently updated indicators from the 500 Cities Project.

Below are just a few of the highlights. To find the full list of updated data, simply search for “ACS” and “500 Cities” in our Map Room search window.

American Community Survey 2012-2016

Whether you’re an Xer, Boomer, or Millennial, retirement is a ubiquitous dream. This map shows average retirement income by census tract.

How much of your community’s population is Hispanic in origin? Are they mostly Puerto Rican, South American, or Dominican? The ACS data can help you find out.

500 Cities

Mental health awareness, prevention, and treatment are becoming increasingly important to the overall health of community. Use the 500 Cities data to explore prevalence in your census tract.

Obesity data are hard to come by. That’s why we are excited (not about the obesity, but about these data) to be able to display this updated indicator.

Want more? Simply search for “ACS” and “500 Cities” in our Map Room search window.


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