FCC Fabric Location Data, Pct Meeting 25/3+ MBPS

This layer displays aggregated location based data from the FCC that’s gathered through the Broadband Data Collection program. The number of locations was derived from the number of unique location ids for each block group and aggregated up. Location ids may include multiple units which are not included in our calculations. The number of locations that meet broadband definitions are only for those locations served the required speeds by copper, cable, fiber, or licensed fixed wireless. Satellite, un-licensed fixed wireless, or ‘other’ are not inlcuded in our broadband calculations. A location is considered served by wireless alone if it meets the broadband definition (25/3+) by a wireless provider and is not served by any other technology type (not including satellite).

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Microsoft Internet Usage at Broadband Speeds

This layer displays the percent of people who use the internet at broadband speeds (Greater than 25 MBPS download speed). Data is derived from the Microsoft data science and analytics team, using anonymized user data and aggregated to the county level. State level averages were calculated by CARES using county averages weighted by population. New in this data update is usage at the zip code level!

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Heat Index – Average Days Above 95 Degrees

This updated dataset reports the total number of days in which an extreme heat event was above 95 degrees between 2019-2021 at the county level. Data were obtained from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Environmental Public Health Tracking Network (EPHTN).

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Heat Index – Average Days Above 100 Degrees

This updated dataset reports the total number of days in which an extreme heat event was above 100 degrees between 2019-2021 at the county level. Data were obtained from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Environmental Public Health Tracking Network (EPHTN).

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Heat Index – Average Days Above 105 Degrees

This updated dataset reports the total number of days in which an extreme heat event was above 105 degrees between 2019-2021 at the county level. Data were obtained from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Environmental Public Health Tracking Network (EPHTN).

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