As the nation debates the need for healthcare reform, a question worth asking is: where are the most uninsured populations?
The U.S. Census collects information on the location of companies, their number of employees and primary industry, and presents this data in its CBP series.
Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts is known as a playground of the affluent, but its year round residents need to pay a pretty penny.
Our education data from the New America Foundation includes the per-pupil amount of funding districts receive from either federal or state sources.
The Brookings Institution uses data from the IRS to construct a broad database of tax return data for every year from 2000 to 2006.
The New America Foundation reports the percentage of students in poverty by school district based on data from the US Census Bureau SAIPE.
Preliminary county-level unemployment data for October 2009 is now available on PolicyMap. This dataset is also now available on our first free widget.
With such a highly educated workforce available now a days; what metro areas have the lowest percent of people with a bachelor’s degree?
This year’s 2008 update to the Federal Reserve Bank’s calculations shows some interesting trends in manufactured home purchase loans from years previous.