A recent study shows that voters with disabilities could sway the results of the upcoming presidential election.
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Mapping race, income, incarceration, lending practices, and more can help shed light on some of the underpinnings of racial inequities.
Mapping data on race alongside health and occupation data shows which neighborhoods may be hardest hit by the COVID-19 outbreak.
Bridging the digital divide just got a huge new resource, with Census ACS data showing computer and internet access disparities between neighborhoods.
From 2016 to 2017, the number of people experiencing homelessness increased for the first time in seven years. We look at local as well as state and national data to look at this reversing trend.