All layers now available from the 2016-20 American Community Survey!

Click the map link to view the latest estimates for the percentage of the population living at or below 50% of the federal poverty level. Data are from the 2016-20 American Community Survey (ACS). Maps are available for counties, ZIP Codes, census tracts, and other geographic areas. Search the Map Room for the terms 2020 ACS to view additional map layers from the American Community Survey.

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The first map updates from the 2016-20 American Community Survey are here!

Click the map link to view total population estimates from the 2016-20 American Community Survey (ACS). Data are available for counties, ZIP Codes, and other geographic areas. Search the Map Room for the terms 2020 ACS to view additional demographic estimates (age, race, gender, and ethnicity) from the American Community Survey. Additional map layers will be rolling out over the coming days and weeks, so check back soon for further udpates!

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Digital Divide Index

The Digital Divide Index or DDI ranges in value from 0 to 100, where 100 indicates the highest digital divide. It is composed of two scores, also ranging from 0 to 100: the infrastructure/adoption (INFA) score and

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Digital Divide Index

The Digital Divide Index or DDI ranges in value from 0 to 100, where 100 indicates the highest digital divide. It is composed of two scores, also ranging from 0 to 100: the infrastructure/adoption (INFA) score and
the socioeconomic (SE) score.

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Population in Poverty, Disparity Index Score

Layer displays information about racial disparity of poverty using data from the 2010-2014 American Community Survey (ACS). The Index of Disparity (ID) is used to show the magnitude of variation in indicator percentages across population groups. In this case, the index measures the difference in the percentage of populations of different racial and ethnic groups living below the poverty level.

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Households Receiving SNAP Benefits, Disparity Index Score

Layer displays information about racial disparity of poverty using data from the 2010-2014 American Community Survey (ACS). The Index of Disparity (ID) is used to show the magnitude of variation in indicator percentages across population groups. In this case, the index measures the difference in the percentage of the households receiving SNAP benefits across four racial and ethnic groups.

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