Use PolicyMap to aid in affordable housing preservation efforts by identifying where existing Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) properties may be at risk of losing affordability.
PolicyMap can be used to help designate Opportunity Zones, a new economic development program introduced with the recent tax bill. NMTC-eligibility can be combined with other indicators to see which areas will benefit most.
Data can be looked at as raw numbers, or normalized percents. People often turn to percents first, but sometimes, counts might be more appropriate.
Nurses are in high demand, and can sometimes be an inexpensive alternative to primary care physicians. Yet, there are shortages in some areas. Which counties have better access to Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRN)?
The 2020 Census is quickly approaching, and many people are concerned that the Census Bureau is not receiving the funding necessary to carry out an effective census. Phil Sparks from The Census Project fills us in.
Processing the Census ACS data is one of the largest data projects we do every year. We process a lot of data in a little time, while adding new indicators. Here’s how we do it.
New 2012-2016 Census ACS data is up on PolicyMap with new indicators on occupations, pre-K and post-secondary enrollment, military healthcare, and more!
With a controversial tax reform bill making its way through Congress, it’s worth seeing what areas of the country certain proposals will most affect.
Use data in PolicyMap to understand the impacts of this tax credit program as its future remains uncertain in the face of pending tax reform.