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Benefits: Households receiving SNAP

2022

Source: Census - American Community Survey - B22003 Receipt of Food Stamps/SNAP

Denominator: Households

The Census provides an estimate of the number of households that receive food stamps or SNAP benefits. To calculate a percentage, we divided this number by total households. Disaggregated statistics by race and ethnicity use Census tables B22005A-I.

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+7.9%

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+13%

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+29.7%

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-10.4%

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+1.6%

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+3.3%

Total change


+22.7%

Latest change

-0.4%

Total change


+5.2%

Latest change

+9.1%

Total change


+29.8%

Latest change

+21.4%

Total change


+33.2%

Latest change

+15%

Total change


-14.1%

Latest change

+101.3%

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Births: Births to Teens

2022

Source: CDC - Wonder - Natality

Denominator: Total Births

This statistic shows births that belong to women ages 19 and below. The percentage was calculated by dividing the number of births to women ages 19 and below by the total number of births.

Note: The data is available at the county level only. The oldest available data is from 2010

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-15%

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-53.6%

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-10.7%

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-58.8%

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-24.7%

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-44%

Total change


-18.8%

Latest change

-53.4%

Total change


-5.4%

Latest change

-58.7%

Total change


-7.3%

Latest change

-23%

Total change


-10.6%

Latest change

-48%

Total change


0%

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0%

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Births: No Prenatal Care

2022

Source: CDC - Wonder - Natality

Denominator: Total Births

This statistic shows births to women with no prenatal care. The percentage was calculated by dividing the total number of births to women with no prenatal care by the total number of births.

Note: The data is available at the county level only. The oldest available data is from 2010.

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+24.5%

Latest change

+16.7%

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+50.3%

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-9.1%

Total change


+25.6%

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-3.9%

Total change


-9.1%

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+17.1%

Total change


+67.4%

Latest change

+169.4%

Total change


0%

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0%

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0%

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0%

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Births: Pregnant Teens

2021

Source: CDC - Wonder - Natality

This metric shows the percentage of women ages 19 and below who are pregnant. It is calculated by dividing the total number of teenage women who are pregnant by the total number of teenage women. For more information about the age categories used, see the note below.

Notes: Data is only available at the county level and cannot be mapped by tract. Because we used two different sources to create this metric, the age categories do not perfectly match. The age categories we used from CDC (numerator) are ages 19 and below, while the categories we used from Census (denominator) are ages 10-19.

-6.7%

Latest change

-56%

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Births: Premature

2022

Source: CDC - Wonder - Natality

Denominator: Total Births

This statistic shows the percentage of total births that were premature, or less than 37 weeks. It was calculated by dividing the total number of premature births by the total number of births.

Note: Data is only available at the county level and cannot be mapped by tract.

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-4.3%

Latest change

-11.8%

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-4.9%

Latest change

-10.6%

Total change


-0.4%

Latest change

-11.8%

Total change


-2%

Latest change

-12.1%

Total change


-12%

Latest change

-10.9%

Total change


-9.4%

Latest change

-2.1%

Total change


-2%

Latest change

-14.3%

Total change


0%

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0%

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Educational Attainment: Bachelor's Degree

2022

Source: Census - American Community Survey - S1501 Educational Attainment

Denominator: Total population over 18

This statistic shows the population 18 years or older with a Bachelor's degree or higher according to the U.S. Census estimates. Because this calculation uses totals from multiple tables, there is some margin of error.

Race and ethnicity disaggregates are from Census table S1501, and gender disaggregates are from Census table B15001.

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+0.3%

Latest change

+14.6%

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-1%

Latest change

+13.9%

Total change


+1.8%

Latest change

+15.3%

Total change


-1%

Latest change

+16.9%

Total change


-1.2%

Latest change

+26.6%

Total change


+10.4%

Latest change

+18.4%

Total change


+19.1%

Latest change

+35.3%

Total change


+5.2%

Latest change

+3.4%

Total change

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Gross Domestic Product

2021

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce - Bureau of Economic Analysis - GDP and Personal Income

Denominator: Total Population

This statistic shows the gross domestic product (GDP) per capita. The calculation was made by dividing the GDP for the area by the total population, providing an estimate of economic output per individual.

Notes from Source: Real GDP by county and metropolitan area is an inflation-adjusted measure of each area's gross product, or economic output, that is based on national prices for the goods and services produced within the area. The real estimates of gross domestic product (GDP) by county and metropolitan area are measured in chained (2012) dollars.

-3.2%

Latest change

+10%

Total change

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Health Insurance: Uninsured Children Ages 0-5

2022

Source: Census - American Community Survey - B27001 Health Insurance Coverage by Sex by Age

Denominator: Total Population ages 0-5

This statistic shows the population ages 0-5 without health insurance according to the U.S. Census. The percentage is calculated by dividing the total population without health insurance (ages 0-5) by the total population (ages 0-5).

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-24.5%

Latest change

-36.7%

Total change


-36.8%

Latest change

-49.3%

Total change


-13.3%

Latest change

-24.1%

Total change