Place matters when it comes to health. Where someone is born and where they live can be the most significant factors in determining their overall level of well-being. To help users understand the health landscapes of their communities, PolicyMap has created a new Community Health report.
The Census Bureau just announced that they will be adding a question to the 2020 Census asking whether the respondent is a U.S. citizen. This question has led to a lot of controversy, so here’s a Q&A on the story, along with other news about the decennial census.
FEMA flood maps from the NFHL show the risk of a flood in a given location. It shows the risk of 100-year and 500-year floods. This data can now be accessed by PolicyMap subscribers.
Occupation data and industry data both can tell you a lot about an area’s economy, but they show distinctly different things. With data from the Census’s ACS and County Business Patterns, and BLS’s Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages, there’s plenty of data to compare.
“My Saved Work” just got an overhaul, making it easier and faster to save, load, and organize the maps, tables, reports, and other items you make in PolicyMap.