Even More Data Available for Small Regions – See How Kids in Your Community Are Faring

Nine measures of demographic and income data recently were updated on kidsdata.org. These data, which come to us from the Census Bureau’s American Community Survey, include three-year estimates (2007 – 2009) for California counties, cities, and school districts with 20,000 or more residents. Data for these regions are aggregated across three years in order to provide reliable estimates. These data can be helpful in understanding population trends and planning services and investments for children and families. Soon kidsdata.org will offer five-year estimates for regions with populations of at least 10,000.

Data updates for regions of 20,000 residents or more include:

Here are some interesting highlights of the ’07-’09 data:


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