As part of the kick-off for Atlanta Regional Commission’s New Voices: Global Advisory Panel we are sharing updated data about trends in the foreign-born population for metro Atlanta. These charts serve as an introduction to a larger snapshot that will look at the diversity of residents within the foreign-born population; check back for more [...]
To celebrate African-American heritage in metro Atlanta, we take a look at some statistics related to the black population in our metro region (29-county Atlanta MSA):
Neighborhoods in Gwinnett County ranked the most diverse in the state Metro Atlanta is becoming increasingly diverse, a change that can be seen in local school districts, the racial/ethnic makeup of millennials, and racially diverse neighborhoods. The maps that follow use Esri's Diversity Index to capture the racial and ethnic diversity of individual census [...]
As a whole, metro Atlanta is becoming increasingly diverse—but what about racial and ethnic diversity for millennials/young professionals, age 20-34? Text highlights are below, but scroll down to view trends and county-specific data in our 2010-2015 Population Change by Race: Total Population and Age 20-34 tool. Let’s take a look at overall trends from 2010-2015 [...]
Many parts of the state, especially in metro Atlanta, have experienced growth in the Hispanic population. This map takes a look at this population change from 2000-2010 in Georgia State House districts (U.S. Census Bureau data via Neighborhood Nexus). Throughout the state, metro Atlanta has seen some of the greatest increases in Hispanic population (dark purple [...]
For October’s Regional Snapshot and in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15th-October 15th), we have put together a profile on the Hispanic community in metro Atlanta! The highlights are: Although metro Atlanta has a smaller share of Hispanics than the other largest U.S. metros, it has the 2nd highest rate of employed Hispanics over [...]
In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, this map shows the census tracts with the greatest increases in Hispanic population between 2000 and 2010. It highlights the largest changes in Gwinnett, Hall, Cobb and Clayton counties.
The map shows the areas in the region where no one race or ethnicity comprises more than 50 percent of the total population. Thus, these areas have the highest levels of racial integration in the region.
The Census Bureau recently released a new analysis showing that not only do Millennials now outnumber Baby Boomers, they are far more diverse than the Boomers. While this isn’t exactly new news, we thought it would be interesting to look at the numbers locally, using the new-ish 2014 population estimates from the Census. As the chart [...]
School System Composition: Enrollment By Race/Ethnicity, 2014 (How to read this chart: The bars are color coded to a specific race or ethnicity. The longer the bar, the greater the SHARE of that race or ethnicity’s enrollment. For example, in 2014, about 15 percent of Atlanta Public School’s total enrollment was White, as indicated by the blue [...]