Socioeconomic factors directly influence health outcomes, and we can improve community health with a broad array of data available at the local level.
States, cities, and organizations are gearing up to make sure everyone gets counted in the 2020 Census. Data from previous surveys can help these efforts.
In preparation for the 2020 Census, PolicyMap is looking at how public libraries can be used to increase response rates in hard-to-count communties.
In many ways, people’s incomes often depend on where they were raised. Different areas can offer different resources for different life outcomes.
Not all college graduates are the same. There are science, English, and business majors, just to name a few. They don’t always live in the same places.