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2008-2012 ACS Census Profile for the Miami Valley region 2008-2012 ACS Census Profile for the Miami Valley region Presentation Transcript

  • 2008-2012 American Community Survey: Regional Profile One South Main Street, Suite 260 Dayton, Ohio 45402 Tel: 937-223-6323 Fax: 937-223-9750 Website: www.mvrpc.org DAYTONDAYTON XENIAXENIA WPAFBWPAFB TROYTROY GREENVILLEGREENVILLE EATONEATON 127 36 75 70 75 71 675 40 35 127 68 42 42 68 35 Estimated Percent of Population 25 Years and Over With High School Diploma or Higher above regional average not significantly different from regional average (88.8% ± 0.7%) below regional average 0 10 205 Miles Educational Attainment by Census Tract—High School Diploma or Higher Statistics produced for American Community Survey and included in ACS tables are survey-based estimates and are subject to error. The errors derive from research design (including instrument bias, data frame, and sampling), the survey data collection (non-response bias and response errors), and processing by the Census Bureau (data coding, compilation processes, and case weighting), as well as statistical inference error and uncertainty (which are related to sample size and variance within the measured attributes). US Census Bureau's report on 'Accuracy of the Data' can be found at http://www.census.gov/acs/www/data_ documentation/documentation_main/
  • 2008-2012 American Community Survey: Regional Profile One South Main Street, Suite 260 Dayton, Ohio 45402 Tel: 937-223-6323 Fax: 937-223-9750 Website: www.mvrpc.org DAYTONDAYTON XENIAXENIA WPAFBWPAFB TROYTROY GREENVILLEGREENVILLE EATONEATON 127 36 75 70 75 71 675 40 35 127 68 42 42 68 35 Estimated Percent of Population 25 Years and Over With Bachelor's Degree or Higher above regional average not significantly different from regional average (24.4% ± 0.4%) below regional average 0 10 205 Miles Educational Attainment by Census Tract—Bachelor’s Degree or Higher Statistics produced for American Community Survey and included in ACS tables are survey-based estimates and are subject to error. The errors derive from research design (including instrument bias, data frame, and sampling), the survey data collection (non-response bias and response errors), and processing by the Census Bureau (data coding, compilation processes, and case weighting), as well as statistical inference error and uncertainty (which are related to sample size and variance within the measured attributes). US Census Bureau's report on 'Accuracy of the Data' can be found at http://www.census.gov/acs/www/data_ documentation/documentation_main/
  • 2008-2012 American Community Survey: Regional Profile One South Main Street, Suite 260 Dayton, Ohio 45402 Tel: 937-223-6323 Fax: 937-223-9750 Website: www.mvrpc.org DAYTONDAYTON XENIAXENIA WPAFBWPAFB TROYTROY GREENVILLEGREENVILLE EATONEATON 127 36 75 70 75 71 675 40 35 127 68 42 42 68 35 Estimated Percent of Owner Households That Are Cost-Burdened above regional average not significantly different from regional average (24.8% ± 0.6%) below regional average 0 10 205 Miles Cost-Burdened Homeowners by Census Tract Statistics produced for American Community Survey and included in ACS tables are survey-based estimates and are subject to error. The errors derive from research design (including instrument bias, data frame, and sampling), the survey data collection (non-response bias and response errors), and processing by the Census Bureau (data coding, compilation processes, and case weighting), as well as statistical inference error and uncertainty (which are related to sample size and variance within the measured attributes). US Census Bureau's report on 'Accuracy of the Data' can be found at http://www.census.gov/acs/www/data_ documentation/documentation_main/ Cost-burdened households are definted as households that pay 30% or more of their household income on housing costs (selected monthly owner costs for owner-occupied housing and gross rent for renter- occupied housing).
  • 2008-2012 American Community Survey: Regional Profile One South Main Street, Suite 260 Dayton, Ohio 45402 Tel: 937-223-6323 Fax: 937-223-9750 Website: www.mvrpc.org DAYTONDAYTON XENIAXENIA TROYTROY GREENVILLEGREENVILLE EATONEATON 127 36 75 70 75 71 675 40 35 127 68 42 42 68 35 Estimated Percent of Renter Households That Are Cost-Burdened above regional average not significantly different from regional average (51.3% ± 1.2%) below regional average 0 10 205 Miles Cost-Burdened Home Renters by Census Tract Statistics produced for American Community Survey and included in ACS tables are survey-based estimates and are subject to error. The errors derive from research design (including instrument bias, data frame, and sampling), the survey data collection (non-response bias and response errors), and processing by the Census Bureau (data coding, compilation processes, and case weighting), as well as statistical inference error and uncertainty (which are related to sample size and variance within the measured attributes). US Census Bureau's report on 'Accuracy of the Data' can be found at http://www.census.gov/acs/www/data_ documentation/documentation_main/ Cost-burdened households are definted as households that pay 30% or more of their household income on housing costs (selected monthly owner costs for owner-occupied housing and gross rent for renter- occupied housing).
  • 2008-2012 American Community Survey: Regional Profile One South Main Street, Suite 260 Dayton, Ohio 45402 Tel: 937-223-6323 Fax: 937-223-9750 Website: www.mvrpc.org DAYTONDAYTON XENIAXENIA WPAFBWPAFB TROYTROY GREENVILLEGREENVILLE EATONEATON 127 36 75 70 75 71 675 40 35 127 68 42 42 68 35 0 10 205 Miles Estimated Housing Vacancy Rate above regional average not significantly different from regional average (10.6% ± 0.3%) below regional average Housing Vacancy by Census Tract Statistics produced for American Community Survey and included in ACS tables are survey-based estimates and are subject to error. The errors derive from research design (including instrument bias, data frame, and sampling), the survey data collection (non-response bias and response errors), and processing by the Census Bureau (data coding, compilation processes, and case weighting), as well as statistical inference error and uncertainty (which are related to sample size and variance within the measured attributes). US Census Bureau's report on 'Accuracy of the Data' can be found at http://www.census.gov/acs/www/data_ documentation/documentation_main/
  • 2008-2012 American Community Survey: Regional Profile One South Main Street, Suite 260 Dayton, Ohio 45402 Tel: 937-223-6323 Fax: 937-223-9750 Website: www.mvrpc.org DAYTONDAYTON XENIAXENIA WPAFBWPAFB TROYTROY GREENVILLEGREENVILLE EATONEATON 127 36 75 70 75 71 675 40 35 127 68 42 42 68 35 Estimated Per Capita Income in the Past 12 Months (in 2012 Inflation-Adjusted Dollars) above regional average not significantly different from regional average ($25,771 ± $210) below regional average 0 10 205 Miles Per Capita Income by Census Tract Statistics produced for American Community Survey and included in ACS tables are survey-based estimates and are subject to error. The errors derive from research design (including instrument bias, data frame, and sampling), the survey data collection (non-response bias and response errors), and processing by the Census Bureau (data coding, compilation processes, and case weighting), as well as statistical inference error and uncertainty (which are related to sample size and variance within the measured attributes). US Census Bureau's report on 'Accuracy of the Data' can be found at http://www.census.gov/acs/www/data_ documentation/documentation_main/
  • 2008-2012 American Community Survey: Regional Profile One South Main Street, Suite 260 Dayton, Ohio 45402 Tel: 937-223-6323 Fax: 937-223-9750 Website: www.mvrpc.org DAYTONDAYTON XENIAXENIA WPAFBWPAFB TROYTROY GREENVILLEGREENVILLE EATONEATON 127 36 75 70 75 71 675 40 35 127 68 42 42 68 35 Estimated Percent of Population in Poverty in the Last 12 Months above regional average not significantly different from regional average (14.8% ± 0.5%) below regional average 0 10 205 Miles Population in Poverty by Census Tract Statistics produced for American Community Survey and included in ACS tables are survey-based estimates and are subject to error. The errors derive from research design (including instrument bias, data frame, and sampling), the survey data collection (non-response bias and response errors), and processing by the Census Bureau (data coding, compilation processes, and case weighting), as well as statistical inference error and uncertainty (which are related to sample size and variance within the measured attributes). US Census Bureau's report on 'Accuracy of the Data' can be found at http://www.census.gov/acs/www/data_ documentation/documentation_main/ The Census Bureau uses a set of poverty thresholds to determine who is in poverty. These thresholds vary based on several factors and are set and applied separately to two groups: families and people living alone or with nonrelatives (unrelated individuals). For families, the thresholds vary based on family size and composition. For two-person families, the thresholds also vary based on the age of the householder. If a family’s total income is less than the corresponding threshold, then that family, and every individual in it, is considered to be in poverty. Poverty thresholds for people living alone or with nonrelatives vary based on age. For a person in this category, if his or her income alone falls below the corresponding threshold, he or she is considered to be in poverty.
  • 2008-2012 American Community Survey: Regional Profile One South Main Street, Suite 260 Dayton, Ohio 45402 Tel: 937-223-6323 Fax: 937-223-9750 Website: www.mvrpc.org Statistics produced for American Community Survey and included in ACS tables are survey-based estimates and are subject to error. The errors derive from research design (including instrument bias, data frame, and sampling), the survey data collection (non-response bias and response errors), and processing by the Census Bureau (data coding, compilation processes, and case weighting), as well as statistical inference error and uncertainty (which are related to sample size and variance within the measured attributes). US Census Bureau's report on 'Accuracy of the Data' can be found at http://www.census.gov/acs/www/data_documentation/documentation_main/ 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 80% Owners 20% Renters 25% Owners 75% Renters Families with Incomes Below the Poverty Level Families with Incomes Above the Poverty Level Housing Tenure by Poverty Status in the Past 12 Months of Families Universe: Families 89.7% Employed 91.6% Employed 96.4% Employed 10.3% Unemployed 8.4% Unemployed 3.6% Unemployed 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 79.3% Employed 20.7% Unemployed Less than High School Graduate High School Graduate Some College or Associate's Degree Bachelor's Degree or Higher Employment Status by Educational Attainment for the Population 25 to 64 Years Universe: Population 25 to 64 Years
  • 2008-2012 American Community Survey: Regional Profile One South Main Street, Suite 260 Dayton, Ohio 45402 Tel: 937-223-6323 Fax: 937-223-9750 Website: www.mvrpc.org Statistics produced for American Community Survey and included in ACS tables are survey-based estimates and are subject to error. The errors derive from research design (including instrument bias, data frame, and sampling), the survey data collection (non-response bias and response errors), and processing by the Census Bureau (data coding, compilation processes, and case weighting), as well as statistical inference error and uncertainty (which are related to sample size and variance within the measured attributes). US Census Bureau's report on 'Accuracy of the Data' can be found at http://www.census.gov/acs/www/data_documentation/documentation_main/ $13,535 $8,299 $25,050 $32,705 $0 $5,000 $10,000 $15,000 $20,000 $25,000 $30,000 $35,000 $40,000 $34,041 Drove Alone $24,911 Carpooled Public Transportation Walked $27,175 Worked at Home Taxicab, Motor- cycle, Bicycle, or Other Means of Transportation Median Earnings in the Past 12 Months Median Earnings in the Past 12 Months (in 2012 Inflation- Adjusted Dollars) by Means of Transportation to Work Universe: Workers 16 years and over with earnings $725 Median Monthly Gross Rent $1,019 Median Monthly Owner Costs (For households both with and without mortgages) $695 $1,562 $0 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1,000 $1,200 $1,400 $1,600 $1,800 Renters Owners 30% of Median Monthly Income 30% of Median Monthly Income Housing Affordability (in 2012 Inflation-Adjusted Dollars) Universe: Households