Opportunity Index Score

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The Opportunity Index is a composite measure that draws upon important economic, educational, health, and community-related indicators of opportunity. The Index was launched in 2011 and has since been updated regularly. It provides insight into the multidimensional nature of opportunity in the United States. The indicators are broken down geographically to measure opportunity for individual states and counties, as well as aid policymakers and other stakeholders as they work to increase opportunity in our nation

American Communities Project

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The 15 community types identified in the American Communities Project (ACP) were derived from a standard clustering method of analysis, conducted by political scientist Iris Hui, PhD, where a set of 36 different indicators – everything from population density to military service members – were sorted using an algorithm that identified like places.
The majority of the data used to define the types in the ACP came from the U.S. Census American Community Survey, 2008-2012. Data on religious adherence and faith came from the Religious Congregations and Membership Study, 2010.

2010 Census Low Response Score

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This layer displays areas defined as Hard to Count by the United States decennial census. Data is from the US Census Planning Database and included 2010 Response Rates, Mail Return Rates, Low Response Score, and ACS Response Rates. More information on how about US Census Hard to Count areas can be found here .

ACS 13-17 Self Response Score

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This layer displays areas defined as Hard to Count by the United States decennial census. Data is from the US Census Planning Database and included 2010 Response Rates, Mail Return Rates, Low Response Score, and ACS Response Rates. More information on how about US Census Hard to Count areas can be found here .

National Survey of Children’s Health

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The National Survey of Children’s Health (NSCH) provides rich data on multiple, intersecting aspects of children’s lives—including physical and mental health, access to quality health care, and the child’s family, neighborhood, school, and social context.

Census 2020 Response Rates by Census Tract (Daily Update)

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This layer displays self-response rates from households that have responded to the 2020 Census online, by mail, or by phone. Map data are updated daily to reflect current, cumulative response rates.
Note: this layer uses the planned 2020 census tract boundaries.