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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.
  • Child Opportunity Index 2.0 ZIP Code data

    The Child Opportunity Index (COI) 2.0 ZIP code data are ZIP code level estimates of neighborhood opportunity derived from 2015 COI 2.0 census tract data. COI 2.0 census tract...

    Year(s): Data available for 2015.
  • Home Owner Loan Corporation (HOLC) neighborhood grades for US census tracts

    The datasets published here include neighborhood grades by the Home Owner Loan Corporation (HOLC) mapped to 2010 and 2020 U.S. census tracts. In the 1930s, HOLC created maps of...

    Year(s): Data available for 2010 & 2020 census tracts.
  • Children aged 0-17 who live in single parent families (percent)

    The number of children in households (excluding householders, spouses, and unmarried partners) aged 0-17 years who live in single parent families divided by the number of...

    Year(s): Data available for 2009-2017, except for city neighborhoods (2010-2017), ZIP code tabulation areas (2011-2017), and census tracts (2012 & 2017).
  • Workers commuting 60+ minutes, ages 16+ (percent)

    The number of workers aged 16 years and older who did not work at home with a mean travel time from home to work of 60 minutes or longer divided by the number of workers aged 16...

    Year(s): Data available for 2009-2017, except for city neighborhoods (2010-2017), ZIP code tabulation areas (2011-2017), and census tracts (2012 & 2017).
  • Disconnected youth, ages 16-19 (percent)

    The number of youth aged 16-19 years who are neither enrolled in school nor in the labor force (employed or unemployed) divided by the number of youth aged 16-19 years, 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).
  • Households paying more than 30% of household income for housing costs (percent)

    The number of occupied housing units (both renter- and owner-occupied) that pay 30% or more of household income for housing costs divided by the number of occupied housing...

    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 with health insurance coverage, ages 0-64 (percent)

    The number of individuals aged 0-64 years with health insurance coverage divided by the number of individuals aged 0-64, times 100.

    Year(s): Data available for 2012-2017, except for census divisions (1-year data, 2009-2017), census regions (1-year data, 2009-2017), counties (1-year data, 2009-2017), metro- and micropolitan statistical areas (1-year data, 2009-2017), nation (1-year data, 2009-2017), places/cities (1-year data, 2009-2017), states (1-year data, 2009-2017), unified school districts (1-year data, 2009-2017), and census tracts (2012 & 2017).
  • Individuals with health insurance coverage, ages 0-64 (count)

    The number of individuals aged 0-64 years with health insurance coverage.

    Year(s): Data available for 2012-2017, except for census divisions (1-year data, 2009-2017), census regions (1-year data, 2009-2017), counties (1-year data, 2009-2017), metro- and micropolitan statistical areas (1-year data, 2009-2017), nation (1-year data, 2009-2017), places/cities (1-year data, 2009-2017), states (1-year data, 2009-2017), unified school districts (1-year data, 2009-2017), 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).
  • Households with interest, dividends, or rental income (count)

    The number of households with interest, dividends, or net rental income.

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

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

    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 naturalized citizens (count)

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

    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 receiving cash public assistance or food stamps/SNAP (count)

    The number of households receiving cash public assistance or Food Stamps/SNAP.

    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 non-citizens (count)

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

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

    Year(s): Data available for 2017.
  • 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)...

    Year(s): Data available for 2017.
  • 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...

    Year(s): Data available for 2017.
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