Data include: population, diversity, elections, religion, families in poverty, housing cost burden, median income, mortgages, banking, crime, internet access, travel time to work, food access, jobs, industries, startups, education, birth, morality, disease, childhood obesity, access to health care and much more. Much of the data can be mapped to neighborhoods, with comparisons to state and national trends. Maps and charts can be "printed or exported" to pdf and png (image) files.
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Policy Map in action--map of change in Hispanic population of census tracts in Savannah, GA. Printed as a png image file.
A table and bar graph of the same data, comparing Savannah to Georiga and the United States, notice some Census tracts are also shown.