One in ten Americans lacks access to basic broadband service. We use data in PolicyMap to visualize the impacts of this digital divide.
PolicyMap crunched the ACS data on language spoken at home to create a unique set of indicators that show predominant language spoken across the country.
We made some changes to the Housing and Economy menus, and added new ACS data on plumbing and kitchen facilities.
Congressional district boundaries changed in 2016 due to various court cases. The new boundaries are on PolicyMap, along with new election results.
County-level results of the 2016 presidential election are now up on PolicyMap, along with new voter-turnout data based on the voting-eligible population.
ACS data on languages spoken at home lets us find ethnic and immigrant enclaves where unique cultures thrive and English speaking ability can be limited.
The 2011-2015 Census American Community Survey (ACS) is on PolicyMap, with updated data, new indicators, and new percent changes.
Learn about some of the new fair housing indicators on PolicyMap.
Ever wonder how census tracts are drawn? We’ll talk to bona fide cartographers from the U.S. Census Bureau and the National Center for Education Statistics who will tell us about the process of developing map boundaries.