The Neighborhood Indicators Report identifies and measures a set of social, economic, demographic, educational and environmental indicators at the neighborhood level of the District in order to determine the well being of a community.
This report presents data on income and earnings in the United States based on information collected in the 2006 American Community Survey (ACS) conducted by the US Census Bureau.
Population: In 2007, the District of Columbia (District) had a foreign-born household population of 74,409 which was equally divided between males (50 percent) and females (50 percent).
The housing market has been the focal point of economic news over the last six years and more so in recent weeks as the nations' financial market is in crisis.
This report presents data on health insurance coverage for District of Columbia residents and some national comparisons.
The publication includes detailed tables that allow for the calculation of per pupil expenditures. Highlights from these tables include spending on instruction, support services, construction, et al...
This report focuses on the demographic characteristics of Asians in the United States (Asian-Americans) and in the District of Columbia in 2006, using data collected by the US Census Bureau.
This brief presents selected data for 2006 on the continuously growing older American population in the District of Columbia and in the nation as a whole.
The growth in the population over time is a function of births, deaths and migration.
The growth in the District's population continues to follow its' strong economic growth since 2000. According to population estimates released by the US Census Bureau, the District gained 2,833 people (0.5%) between July 1, 2006 and July 1, 2007.
A 'Senior Village' is a concept designed to provide the support network necessary to enable seniors to live in their own homes as long as possible, while maintaining social connectedness and civic involvement in their communities.