April 1 this year is known in data circles not as April Fools Day, but rather as Census Day. In these times of pandemic, response to this decennial data collecton effort is even more critical than usual.
As the USA tries to slow the spread of COVID-19 with social distancing and other measures, it's instructive and sobering to review the extent and rapidity of the coronavirus's spread across the world, the country, and the state of GA. These interactive maps provide data visualizations to track the pandemic.
This month's regional snapshot provides summary findings from an initial review of a just-released new and (vastly) improved version of a 100 Metros Data Dashboard. This tool enables easy access to interactive rankings of the top 10 major metros, across data in topic areas such as demographics, economics, health, and housing.
Interactive maps taking a look at how our black, non-Hispanic population is distributed across the state today and how things have (or haven't) changed since 2000.
This Monday Mapday considers disconnected youth ages 16 to 19 in the 21 County Metro Area.
This Monday Mapday considers both our residents who do not speak English inside the home as well as residents who do rate themselves as speaking English less than very well.
A look back at how metro Atlanta's diversity has grown and changed since 1980.
Charts and maps taking a look at our rates of veterans across the country and statewide.
This month's snapshot covers ARC's regional forecasts, including race and age trends. By 2050, we currently predict the population to increase by 2.9 million people and the fastest-growing age group will be among those 75 and older.
We know that counties in the metro are growing in population, so where are people coming from? This post looks at domestic migration over the past decade.