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  • Child Opportunity Index 2.0 database

    The Child Opportunity Index 2.0 (COI 2.0) is a composite index measured at the census tract level that captures neighborhood resources and conditions that matter for children's...

    Year(s): Data available for 2010 & 2015.
  • Wage loss after paid or unpaid FML (dollars) by gender

    Estimated wages lost for a full-year working adult ages 21-64 after taking 12 weeks of unpaid family or medical leave and after taking 12 weeks of partially paid (FAMILY Act)...

  • Wage loss after paid or unpaid FML (dollars) by parent status

    Estimated wages lost for a full-year working adult ages 21-64 after taking 12 weeks of unpaid family or medical leave and after taking 12 weeks of partially paid (FAMILY Act)...

  • Working adults living in families under 200% FPL before and after wage loss due to paid or unpaid FML (percent) by parent status

    Estimated share of full-year working adults ages 21-64 whose families would earn a quarterly family income under 200% of the federal poverty level before any family or medical...

  • Wage loss as a percent of family income after paid or unpaid FML (percent) by gender

    Estimated share of quarterly family income lost for a full-year working adult ages 21-64 after taking 12 weeks of unpaid family or medical leave and after taking 12 weeks of...

  • Working adults living in families under 200% FPL before and after wage loss due to paid or unpaid FML (percent) by gender

    Estimated share of full-year working adults ages 21-64 whose families would earn a quarterly family income under 200% of the federal poverty level before any family or medical...

  • Wage loss as a percent of family income after paid or unpaid FML (percent) by parent status

    Estimated share of quarterly family income lost for a full-year working adult ages 21-64 after taking 12 weeks of unpaid family or medical leave and after taking 12 weeks of...

  • Households with no car (percent)

    The number of households that have no available vehicle divided by the number of households, times 100.

    Year(s): Data available for 2009-2017, except for city neighborhoods (2010-2017), ZIP code tabulation areas (2011-2017), and census tracts (2012 & 2017).
  • Households with no car (count)

    The number of households that have no available vehicle.

    Year(s): Data available for 2009-2017, except for ZIP code tabulation areas (2011-2017), city neighborhoods (2010-2017), and census tracts (2012 & 2017).
  • Households with four or more cars (count)

    The number of households that have three or more available vehicles.

    Year(s): Data available for 2009-2017, except for ZIP code tabulation areas (2011-2017), city neighborhoods (2010-2017), and census tracts (2012 & 2017).
  • Households with four or more cars (percent)

    The number of households that have three or more available vehicles divided by the number of households, times 100.

    Year(s): Data available for 2009-2017, except for city neighborhoods (2010-2017), ZIP code tabulation areas (2011-2017), and census tracts (2012 & 2017).
  • Households with three or more cars (count)

    The number of households that have three or more available vehicles.

    Year(s): Data available for 2009-2017, except for city neighborhoods (2010-2017), ZIP code tabulation areas (2011-2017), and census tracts (2012 & 2017).
  • Households with three or more cars (percent)

    The number of households that have three or more available vehicles divided by the number of households, times 100.

    Year(s): Data available for 2009-2017, except for city neighborhoods (2010-2017), ZIP code tabulation areas (2011-2017), and census tracts (2012 & 2017).
  • Households with one car (count)

    The number of households that have one available vehicle.

    Year(s): Data available for 2009-2017, except for ZIP code tabulation areas (2011-2017), city neighborhoods (2010-2017), and census tracts (2012 & 2017).
  • Households with one car (percent)

    The number of households that have one available vehicle divided by the number of households, times 100.

    Year(s): Data available for 2009-2017, except for city neighborhoods (2010-2017), ZIP code tabulation areas (2011-2017), and census tracts (2012 & 2017).
  • Households with two or more cars (count)

    The number of households that have two or more available vehicles.

    Year(s): Data available for 2009-2017, except for city neighborhoods (2010-2017), ZIP code tabulation areas (2011-2017), and census tracts (2012 & 2017).
  • Households with two or more cars (percent)

    The number of households that have two or more available vehicles divided by the number of households, times 100.

    Year(s): Data available for 2009-2017, except for ZIP code tabulation areas (2011-2017), city neighborhoods (2010-2017), and census tracts (2012 & 2017).
  • Individuals who are poor foreign-born (count)

    The number of individuals who are foreign-born and poor.

    Year(s): Data available for 2009-2017, except for city neighborhoods (2010-2017), ZIP code tabulation areas (2011-2017), and census tracts (2012 & 2017).
  • Households with interest, dividends, or rental income (percent)

    The number of households with interest, dividends, or net rental income divided by the number of households, times 100.

    Year(s): Data available for 2009-2017, except for ZIP code tabulation areas (2011-2017), city neighborhoods (2010-2017), and census tracts (2012 & 2017).
  • Poverty rate native-born (percent)

    The number of individuals who are native-born and poor divided by the number of individuals who are native-born, times 100.

    Year(s): Data available for 2009-2017, except for ZIP code tabulation areas (2011-2017), city neighborhoods (2010-2017), and census tracts (2012 & 2017).
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