To wind up Older Americans Month, we take a look at results for the senior cohorts from the 2020 Metro Atlanta Speaks survey. Focal areas are: the biggest problem for the region, COVID-19 impacts, race relations, and police reform.
Memorial Day is a time to remember lives lost in service to our country. This Monday Mapday celebrates all veterans by looking at rates of veteran residents across the state, as well as taking a look at how many World War II,
This month's regional snapshot provides a detailed overview of senior demographics (historic trends and likely future), andl presents the latest data on pandemic-related and other public health challenges. for these age groups.
Introducing a new dashboard that visualizes change (total and by race/ ethnicity) over the last 20 years for regional and county 65+ and 75+ populations.
What has the magnitude of COVID-19 hospitalization and loss looked like in the Atlanta area? This post considers cases, hospitalizations and deaths from the inception of COVID-19 in Georgia through April 2021 and compares the numbers to the 10-county's 2019 population.
The number of seniors living alone has increased since 2000. This is the result of demographic trends and longer life expectancies, but it does present service delivery challenges that can't be ignored.
Celebrating the life of the incomparable W.E.B Du Bois through a series of maps and charts that show just how long the arc of data visualization history in Georgia actually is.
Perhaps better titled "Where will Santa be stressed?" Some maps showing population numbers of children age 9 and younger, where Santa's gonna be working double time to execute his all-important annual job.
Celebrating Family Caregivers Month with a look at rates of grandparents who are caring for their grandchildren.
A tract-level look at broadband access across the state, as well as the rates of school-age children in each tract.