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Recreation dependence, population growth from new residents, and income inequality are strongly associated with less affordable housing in non-metro counties.Read More
Find information on housing affordability by county and compare within your state. See the average share of wages spent on rent and mortgages in every U.S. county.
For millions of Americans experiencing food insecurity with low incomes, low food access, and no car, putting healthy food on the table is a logistical nightmare.
Nearly one in five U.S. counties has a higher-than-average share of seniors and no hospital beds.
Integrate socioeconomic and climate data to map neighborhoods at risk in selected cities.
Use Populations at Risk to quickly create, compare, and download reports of current socioeconomic data in Excel or PDF.