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2020 Regional Snapshot: 100 Metros Dashboard

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The Research & Analytics Group recently launched a new and vastly improved version of its 100 Metros Data Dashboard. This Tableau tool incorporates data from the 2018 American Community Survey 1-year and other federal sources. It enables easy access to interactive rankings of the top 10 major metros, across data in topic areas such as demographics, economics, health, and housing.

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2020 Regional Snapshot: 100 Metros Dashboard

  1. 1. Atlanta Regional Commission March 2019 2020 Regional Snapshot: 100 Metros March, 2020 For more information, contact: mcarnathan@atlantaregional.org
  2. 2. Source: Population Estimates (2018), Census Bureau Top 10 Most Populous MSAs • Demographic • Housing • Education • Health • Employment • Economic development • Commuting
  3. 3. Key Takeaways Rapid growth: Metro Atlanta ranks fourth in total population growth since 2010, and has added the 3rd most building permits since 2014. Young and diverse place: Metro Atlanta ranks 77th in the share of population identified as White. Also, the region ranks 6th in the total population of those under age 19. Income and housing characteristics muddling in the middle: Metro Atlanta generally ranks around the middle (of the 100 metros) for most indicators of income and housing characteristics. Low fertility rates: Metro Atlanta ranks 87th in the birth rate of women aged 15 to 50 last year. Low rates of those with health insurance: Metro Atlanta ranks 92nd in the percentage of adults who have health insurance.
  4. 4. Keyword 1: Growth
  5. 5. Source: Population Estimates (2018), Census Bureau Top 10 Most Populous MSAs 0 5 10 15 20 25 Boston-Cambridge-Newton Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach Washington-Arlington-Alexandria Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington Chicago-Naperville-Elgin Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim New York-Newark-Jersey City Millions # Total Population, July 1, 2018 5.95 M #9 19.98 M 13.29 M 9.50 M 7.54 M 7.00 M 6.25 M 6.20 M 6.10 M 4.88 M
  6. 6. Source: Population Estimates (2018), Census Bureau Top 10 Most Populous MSAs 0 5 10 15 20 25 Boston-Cambridge-Newton Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach Washington-Arlington-Alexandria Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington Chicago-Naperville-Elgin Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim New York-Newark-Jersey City Millions # Total Population, July 1, 2018 5.95 M #9 19.98 M 13.29 M 9.50 M 7.54 M 7.00 M 6.25 M 6.20 M 6.10 M 4.88 M Change in Population, 2010-2018 +647,248 #4
  7. 7. Source: Population Estimates (2018), Census Bureau Population Increase in the Atlanta MSA 0 5 10 15 20 25 Boston-Cambridge-Newton Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach Washington-Arlington-Alexandria Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington Chicago-Naperville-Elgin Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim New York-Newark-Jersey City Millions # Total Population, July 1, 2018 5.95 M #9 Change in Population, 2010-2018 +647,248 #4 19.98 M 13.29 M 9.50 M 7.54 M 7.00 M 6.25 M 6.20 M 6.10 M 4.88 M #1 + 1,087,683 Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX #2 + 1,049,975 Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, TX #3 + 653,224 Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale, AZ
  8. 8. Source: Building Permits (2018), Census Bureau Ranking of Atlanta MSA by Increase in Building Permits # Single-Family Building Permits #3 #8 26,691 # All Building Permits, 2018 39,441 #4 # Multi-Family Building Permits 12,750 Change # of Building Permits, 2014-18 +12,758 #3
  9. 9. Source: Building Permits (2018), Census Bureau Ranking of Atlanta MSA by Increase in Building Permits # Single-Family Building Permits #3 #8 26,691 # All Building Permits, 2018 39,441 #4 # Multi-Family Building Permits 12,750 Change # of Building Permits, 2014-18 +12,758 #3 #1: Dallas-Fort Worth- Arlington, TX #2: Houston-The Woodlands- Sugar Land, TX #3: New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA
  10. 10. Source: Building Permits (2018), Census Bureau Ranking of Atlanta MSA by Increase in Building Permits # Single-Family Building Permits #3 #8 26,691 # All Building Permits, 2018 39,441 #4 # Multi-Family Building Permits 12,750 Change # of Building Permits, 2014-18 +12,758 #3 #1: Houston-The Woodlands- Sugar Land, TX #2: Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX
  11. 11. Source: Building Permits (2018), Census Bureau Ranking of Atlanta MSA by Increase in Building Permits # Single-Family Building Permits #3 #8 26,691 # All Building Permits, 2018 39,441 #4 # Multi-Family Building Permits 12,750 Change # of Building Permits, 2014-18 +12,758 #3 #1: Dallas-Fort Worth- Arlington, TX #2: Orlando-Kissimmee- Sanford, RL
  12. 12. Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics Ranking of Atlanta MSA by the Number of Employees 2282K 2312K 2360K 2409K 2501K 2584K 2663K 2729K 2789K 2842K 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Non-Farm Employees (Thousands) #8 % Change Non-farm Employees, 2010-19 + 24.5% #25#9 #1: + 51.3% Provo-Orem, UT #25: +24.5% Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach, FL #100: +4.0% Scranton—Wilkes-Barre—Hazleton, PA
  13. 13. Source: American Community Survey, Census Bureau Ranking of Atlanta MSA by the Percent Share of Occupations, 2018 Management, business, science, and arts occupations41.6% Employment by Occupation Natural resources, construction, and maintenance occupations 7.7% Production, transportation, and material moving occupations 13.0% Sales and office occupations 22.3% Service occupations 15.3% #89 #25 #61 #38 #38
  14. 14. Source: American Community Survey, Census Bureau Ranking of Atlanta MSA by the Percent Share of Occupations, 2018 Management, business, science, and arts occupations41.6% Employment by Occupation Natural resources, construction, and maintenance occupations 7.7% Production, transportation, and material moving occupations 13.0% Sales and office occupations 22.3% Service occupations 15.3% #89 #25 #61 #38 #38 #1: 53.6% San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA #25: 41.6% Pittsburgh, PA #100: 26.2% Bakersfield, CA #1: 27.1% Las Vegas-Henderson-Paradise, LV #100: 14.5% San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA & Salt Lake City, UT
  15. 15. Source: American Community Survey, Census Bureau Ranking of Atlanta MSA by the Percent Share of Employment Class, 2018 Private wage and salary workers 82.7% Employment by Type Self-employed in own not incorporated business workers 5.4% Government workers11.8% #57 #39 #38
  16. 16. Keyword 2: Diversity
  17. 17. Source: Population Estimates by Race and Ethnicity (2018), Census Bureau Ranking of Atlanta MSA by Population by Race, 2018 Non-Hispanic White Non-Hispanic Black Non-Hispanic Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic or Latino Other 2,775,228 2,030,179 370,156 127,193 647,195 #14 #9 #2 #12 #19
  18. 18. Source: Population Estimates by Race and Ethnicity (2018), Census Bureau Ranking of Atlanta MSA by Population by Race, 2018 Non-Hispanic White Non-Hispanic Black Hispanic or Latino Other 2,775,228 2,030,179 127,193 647,195 #12 #19 #1: 3,158,193 New York-Newark-Jersey, NY-NJ-PA #3: 1,567,107 Washington-Arlington- Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV Non-Hispanic Asian/Pacific Islander 370,156 #14 #9 #2
  19. 19. Source: Population Estimates by Race and Ethnicity (2018), Census Bureau Ranking of Atlanta MSA by the Percent Share of Population by Race, 2018 Non-Hispanic White Non-Hispanic Black Hispanic or Latino Other 46.6% 34.1% 2.1% 10.9% #12 #19 #77 #6 #49 #22 #65 Non-Hispanic Asian/Pacific Islander 6.2% #14 #2#9
  20. 20. Source: Population Estimates by Race and Ethnicity (2018), Census Bureau Ranking of Atlanta MSA by the Percent Share of Population by Race, 2018 Non-Hispanic White Non-Hispanic Black Hispanic or Latino Other 46.6% 34.1% 2.1% 10.9% #12 #19 #77 #6 #49 #22 #65 Non-Hispanic Asian/Pacific Islander 6.2% #14 #2#9 #1: 49% Jackson, MS #2: 47.3% Memphis, TN-MS-AR #1: 86.6% Knoxville, TN #75: 51.4% New Orleans-Metairie, LA Tuscan, AZ #78: 46.3% New York-Newark-Jersey, NY-NJ-PA #100: 6.0% McAllen-Edinburg-Mission, TX
  21. 21. Keyword 3: Young and Educated
  22. 22. Source: Population Estimates by Age (2018), Census Bureau Ranking of Atlanta MSA by Population by Age Group, 2018 Under 19 35-64 65 + 1,609,241 2,378,500 729,589 #6 #9 #12 20-34 1,232,621 #8 Remember that Atlanta MSA ranked the 9th in the total population
  23. 23. Source: Population Estimates by Age (2018), Census Bureau Ranking of Atlanta MSA by Percent Share of Population by Age Group, 2018 Under 19 35-64 65 + 27.0% 40.0% 12.3% #6 #9 #12 20-34 20.7% #8 #20 #8 #89#51 #1: 32.2% North Port-Sarasota-Bradenton, FL #89: 12.3% Fresno, CA #100: 7.8% Provo-Orem, UT #1: 41.1% Bridgeport-Stamford- Norwalk, CT #8: 40.0% Charlotte-Concord- Gastonia, NC-SC #100: 27.8% Provo-Orem, UT
  24. 24. Source: American Community Survey, Census Bureau Ranking of Atlanta MSA by the Percent Share of Population 25 Years and Over by Education Attainment, 2018 With only or less than a high school degree Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree45.6% 39.4% 15% #82 #18 #23 #1: 78.0% Bakersfield, CA #81: 45.8% Colorado Springs, CO #83: 45.5% Provo-Orem, UT #100: 22.3% San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA #1: 52.9% San Jose-Sunnyvale- Santa Clara, CA #17: 40.0% Portland-Vancouver- Hillsboro, OR-WA #19: 38.9% Des Moines- West Des Moines, IA #100: 16.2% Bakersfield, CA
  25. 25. Source: American Community Survey, Census Bureau Ranking of Atlanta MSA by the Percent Share of the Population 25 Years and Over by Education Attainment, 2018 With only or less than a high school degree Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree45.6% 39.4% 15% #82 #18 #23 #1: 25.4% Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV #22: 15.1% Portland-Vancouver-Hillsboro, OR-WA #24: 14.9% Buffalo-Cheektowaga-Niagara Falls, NY #99: 5.5% McAllen-Edinburg-Mission, TX & Stockton-Lodi, CA
  26. 26. Keyword 4: Housing Characteristics
  27. 27. Source: American Community Survey, Census Bureau Ranking of Atlanta MSA by Percent Share of Housing Units by Year Built, 2018 # Total housing units 2,331,002 #9 31.6% 38.2% 30.2% Units built 2000 or later #15 Units built 1980 to 1999 Units built 1979 or earlier #5 #93
  28. 28. Source: American Community Survey, Census Bureau Ranking of Atlanta MSA by Percent Share of Housing Units by Year Built, 2018 # Total housing units 2,331,002 #9 31.6% 38.2% 30.2% Units built 2000 or later #15 Units built 1980 to 1999 Units built 1979 or earlier #5 #93 #1: 80% Buffalo-Cheektowaga-Niagara Falls, NY #100: 19.4% Las Vegas-Henderson-Paradise, LV #1: 42.8% Palm Bay-Melbourne-Titusville, FL #100: 12.9% Buffalo-Cheektowaga-Niagara Falls, NY #1: 43.6% Austin-Round Rock, TX #100: 9.5% Buffalo-Cheektowaga-Niagara Falls, NY
  29. 29. Source: American Community Survey, Census Bureau Ranking of Atlanta MSA by Housing Tenure and Occupancy Rate # Total housing units, 2018 2,331,002 #9 % Vacant Housing Units 8.3 % #64 91.7% Occupied Units #34 Owner-Occupied 64% Renter 36% #58 #43
  30. 30. Source: American Community Survey, Census Bureau Ranking of Atlanta MSA by Housing Value and Cost Burden by Tenure Owner-Occupied 64% Renter 36% #58 #43 Median Value of Owner-Occupied Housing, 2018 $233,700 #48 #1: San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA … #47: Cape Coral-Fort Myers, FL #49: Bakersfield, CA … #100: McAllen-Edinburg-Mission, TX Renter-occupied units for which gross rents are equal to or greater than 30% of income, 2018 50% #40 #1: 62.7 % Miami-Fort Lauderdale- West Palm Beach, FL … #100: 39.9% Ogden-Clearfield, UT
  31. 31. Keyword 5: Income
  32. 32. Source: American Community Survey, Census Bureau Ranking of Atlanta MSA by Percent Share of Households by Income Range, 2018 37.1% 30.1% 23.7% % Household income $200,000 or more, 2018 #25 % Household income $75,000 to $199,999, 2018 % Household income less than $35,000, 2018 #35 #79 9.1% % Household income $35,000 to $74,999, 2018 #61 Median Household Income $69,464 #29
  33. 33. Source: American Community Survey, Census Bureau Ranking of Atlanta MSA by Percent Share of Population by Household Income, 2018 37.1% 30.1% 23.7% % Household income $200,000 or more, 2018 #25 % Household income $75,000 to $199,999, 2018 % Household income less than $35,000, 2018 #35 #79 9.1% % Household income $35,000 to $74,999, 2018 #61 Median Household Income $69,464 #29 #1: $ 124,696 San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA #28: $ 70,463 Madison, WI #30: $ 69,445 Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX #100: $ 39,165 McAllen-Edinburg-Mission, TX
  34. 34. Source: American Community Survey, Census Bureau Income Inequality Ranking (GINI Coefficient) Gini Coefficient, 2018 (Range: 0-1, Higher = more income inequality) 0.47 #34
  35. 35. Source: American Community Survey, Census Bureau Income Inequality Ranking (GINI Coefficient) Gini Index, 2018 (Range: 0-1, Higher = more income inequality) 0.47 #34 #1: 0.55 Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, CT #34: 0.47 Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, St. Louis, Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, San Antonio-New Braunfels, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Indianapolis-Carmel-Anderson, San Jose-Sunnyvale- Santa Clara, Providence-Warwick, Oklahoma City, Louisville/Jefferson County, Hartford- West Hartford-East Hartford, Tucson, Fresno, Tulsa, Greenville-Anderson-Mauldin, Bakersfield, Knoxville, Augusta-Richmond County #100: 0.38 Ogden-Clearfield, UT
  36. 36. Keyword 6: Poverty and Health
  37. 37. Source: American Community Survey, Census Bureau Ranking of Atlanta MSA by Percent Share of Population below Poverty, 2018 % Population below poverty 11.1% #69 % Population under 18 years below poverty 15.8% #64 % Population 65 years and over below poverty 8.3% #52 NOTE: Ranking indicates that Atlanta has the 31st lowest share (among the 100 metros) of population below poverty.
  38. 38. Source: American Community Survey, Census Bureau Ranking of Atlanta MSA by the Percent Share of Population below Poverty, 2018 % Population below poverty 11.1% #69 % Population under 18 years below poverty 15.8% #64 % Population 65 years and over below poverty 8.3% #52 #1: 30.5% McAllen-Edinburg-Mission, TX #100: 6.7% Ogden-Clearfield, UT #1: 41.5% McAllen-Edinburg-Mission, TX #100: 6.9% San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA #1: 29.1% McAllen-Edinburg-Mission, TX #100: 5.2% Provo-Orem, UT NOTE: Ranking indicates that Atlanta has the 31st lowest share (among the 100 metros) of population below poverty.
  39. 39. Source: American Community Survey, Census Bureau Birth Rate Ranking and Percent Share of the Population with Health Insurance, 2018 Birth Rate per 1,000 Women 15 to 50 Years Old 4.2 #87 Population with Health Insurance 86.8% #92 Population under 19 with Health Insurance 91.3% #93 NOTE: Ranking indicates Atlanta has the 8th highest share (among the 100 metros) of population without health insurance. NOTE: Ranking indicates Atlanta has the 7th highest share (among the 100 metros) of population without health insurance.
  40. 40. Source: American Community Survey, Census Bureau Birth Rate Ranking and Percent Share of the Population with Health Insurance, 2018 Birth Rate per 1,000 Women 15 to 50 Years Old 4.2 #87 Population with Health Insurance 86.8% #92 Population under 19 with Health Insurance 91.3% #93 #1: 8.0 Wichita, KS #87: 4.2 Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA #100: 3.0 Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach, FL NOTE: Ranking indicates Atlanta has the 8th highest share (among the 100 metros) of population without health insurance. NOTE: Ranking indicates Atlanta has the 7th highest share (among the 100 metros) of population without health insurance.

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