Drug overdose deaths have become an increasingly urgent issue. PolicyMap has added new CDC data to help show the geographic scope of the epidemic.
How do we measure extreme poverty? Families living in deep poverty have income below 50% of the federal poverty line – in 2014, this was $9,895 in annual income for a family of three.
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Well, we do, at least. Census ACS property tax data shows where home owners are paying the most taxes, and where municipalities are most reliant on them.
The 2010-2014 American Community Survey data is up on PolicyMap. There are 93 new indicators, new boundaries, and some new old data.
PolicyMap now has Zip Code Tabulation Areas. They’re like regular Zip Codes, except made by the Census instead of the USPS.
Printing has undergone a major upgrade on PolicyMap. Exported PDFs and PNGs are now higher resolution, and more customizable than before.
Difficult to Develop Areas (DDAs) are used by LIHTC users in areas with high costs. This year, DDAs were particularly challenging to show on a map.
Find where tracts with High Housing Need are near your target area to support your application to the Capital Magnet Fund.