About a third of Atlanta households are defined as cost-burdened (spending more than 30 percent of income on housing). BUT those cost burdens go up...a lot...for renters, for lower-earners, or (especially) for lower-income renters.
The Atlanta Black population's higher educational attainment has soared over the last fifty years. The share of Black higher ed degree holders has grown by 500 percent since 1970, besting the related share in the rest of the population, which grew by 350 percent.
Interactive maps taking a look at how the distribution of Georgia's Non-Hispanic Black population has changed since 2010.
A comparison of jobs between Q1 and Q2 of 2019 and 2020, and a look at unemployment rates in the course of 2020, reveal the depth of the pandemic's impact on our economy.
A quick look at what we learned using the Atlanta Fed's Mortgage Analytics and Performance Dashboard.
A new U.S. Census mapping product examines the percent difference in state tax revenue streams between 2019 and 2020.
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.
Georgia is a melting pot of different cultures. This interactive map visualizes the foreign-born across the state, and an accompanying chart shows the continent of origin for immigrants to the 10-county area.
How have rates of the uninsured changed over time? A look at differences between 2010, 2015 and 2019, with a small area map showing which Census tracts see the greatest rate of uninsured residents.