In the CHNA report, why can’t I see race/ethnicity characteristics for some indicators?

Reports are broken down by race and ethnicity whenever that information is publically available from the source. Many sources take caution to protect sensitive data, and this often includes suppressing race/ethnicity/age information from public consumption, even when that information is collected and therefore ‘known’. Data for smaller geographic areas (like ZIP codes), and data for demographic groups which have lower populations, are less likely to be reported by race/ethnicity. As a general rule, the data behind the CHNA platform uses a minimum sample size of 30 in order to produce reliable estimates.