Maps showing themes and trends, published every Monday.
In 1990, President George H.W. Bush signed a joint congressional resolution to designate November 1990 as "National American Indian Heritage Month." Since 1994, similar presidential proclamations have been issued every year. Today, the month [...]
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently released data on fixed broadband access. The data are at the census tract level across the entire United States. Below are maps of the data for the Atlanta [...]
In anticipation of Veterans Day this coming Saturday, November 11th, we provide a map of where veterans live in the Atlanta Metro region. According to estimates from the American Community Survey (2011-15, 5-year average), [...]
Tomorrow is Halloween, and to get you in the spirit, we've created a map showing the highest concentrations of potential trick-or-treaters. With the exception of a few neighborhoods in the central cities of Atlanta [...]
According to a recent article in the Atlantic, childhood poverty in the United States is at a record low, down to 15.7% as of 2016. This is well below the post-recession high of 18.1% [...]
Classifying age groups into "generations" is by no means a perfect science. Nonetheless, it's almost always helpful when assessing economic, political, and cultural trends to group people based on the year they were born. [...]