Governing.unomaha.edu, an informational website from the Center for Public Affairs Research, hosts a series of data interactives and tables on issues of interest to local and state policy makers and those that are studying these topics. Two new stories and several updates were recently made.
New stories include, vehicle availability for U.S. metro areas and children in married couple households for U.S. states and metro areas. These use the latest data from the American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates released in December.
The 2015-2019 ACS data was also used to update four additional stories on city renter population, commute times, housing affordability, and cities with long-term residents.
Stories with other data sources have also been recently updated, including union membership; and industry and occupation by age.
Visit governing.unomaha.edu to see all 27 stories with data interactives. Updates and additions are done regularly to assure the data stays available and relevant.
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