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Hampton Roads Mapper

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Hampton Roads Mapper 2000-2010

The initial map shows median household income by county and tract, according to the 2005 to 2009 American Community Survey conducted by the US Census Bureau.

As you zoom in from the regional census tract-level map, block groups display at 50 miles, and streets at 5 miles. Zoom out to view a nationwide county map.

Additional maps include 2010 and 2000 census data on ethnicity, education, and income. Change maps by clicking the drop-down menu under "Compare Maps" on the left.

The Hampton Roads Mapper has been online since 2002. Until the launch of PolicyMap in May 2008, FairData was the only free publicly available source for nationwide block group-level interactive maps showing socioeconomic characteristics. We encourage all users of FairData maps to check out PolicyMap or Social Explorer.


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Description: Description: http://fairplan2000.tripod.com/fairplan/ARROWS3.gifHampton Roads, VA Study Area (national scale map-- zoomable to street-level)

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Note: This legacy web mapping application performs best with Internet Explorer 6 or higher.

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INFO query shows 2010 census data for:

2010_Block_Groups

2010_Census Tract

Place

2010 County

All other INFO query layers show 2000 census data

2010 Census Maps

Map 1 -- Median Household Income (2005-2009)

At a scale of about 5 miles, census tract median household income  is displayed in purple boxes

Source: 2005-2009 American Community Survey Sample Data

 

Map 2 -- Population Under 19 Below 185% Poverty Level

At a scale of about 5 miles, block group estimates for the under 13 population below 185% are displayed in purple boxes. (Derived by applying 2010 population against the 2006-2010 percentage estimates calculated by FairData)

Source: 2006-2010 American Community Survey 5-Year Sample Data

 

Map 4 -- Percent Asian (single-race, all ages)

At a scale of about 5 miles, block group population counts for Asian Americans are displayed in purple boxes.

Source: Census 2010 Summary File 1 (SF 1) 100-Percent Data

 

Map 5 -- Percent African American (single-race, all ages)

At a scale of about 5 miles, block group population counts for African Americans are displayed in purple boxes.

Source: Census 2010 Summary File 1 (SF 1) 100-Percent Data

 

Map 6 -- Percent Latino (any race, all ages)

At a scale of about 5 miles, block group population counts for Latinos are displayed in purple boxes.

Source: Census 2010 Summary File 1 (SF 1) 100-Percent Data

 

Map 7 -- Percent Native American (single- race, all ages)

At a scale of about 5 miles, block group population counts for Native Americans are displayed in purple boxes.

Source: Census 2010 Summary File 1 (SF 1) 100-Percent Data

 

Map 8 Group Housing

At a scale of about 5 miles, pie charts display the population distribution for persons in group housing (i.e. correctional, college dorms, military, and other nursing homes, etc.)

Source: Census 2010 Summary File 1 (SF 1) 100-Percent Data

 

Map 9 -- Housing Tenure

Source: Census 2010 Summary File 1 (SF 1) 100-Percent Data

 

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2000 Census Maps

Click on the FIND button to zoom to an address or place. For address searches, census data for the block group where the address is found will appear in a table below the map. (Available only with Internet Explorer or with IE plug-ins for other browsers. See for example IE View or IETab).

Click on the INFO tool and then click on the map for census data for the various geographic layers. .

Or click on ZOOM TO and then click on the map census data for the block group selected will appear in a table below the map. (Available only with Internet Explorer or IE plug-ins for other browsers).

 

 
Map 1 -- Population Below Poverty

At a scale of about 5 miles, block group population counts for persons living in poverty are displayed in purple boxes.

Source: Census 2000 Summary File 3 (SF 3) Sample Data

Map 2 -- Population Under 18 Below Poverty

At a scale of about 5 miles, block group population counts for children living in poverty are displayed in purple boxes.

Source: Census 2000 Summary File 3 (SF 3) Sample Data

(Note: Figures for persons under 18 for whom poverty status is determined differ slightly from published figures on "related children under 18.")

County Rankings are out of 3,121 counties containing 200 or more persons under 18.(1= worst)
Download county and city poverty data from Children's' Defense Fund

Download nationwide block group poverty data from FairData  (Maptitude-compatible, field labels are in .dcc file) (zipped file 2 megabytes)

Map 3 --  Female Householder (single-parent) with own children

At a scale of about 5 miles, block group  female single parent household counts are displayed in purple boxes.

Source: Census 2000 Summary File 1 (SF 1) 100-Percent Data

Map 4 -- Median Household Income (1999)

At a scale of about 5 miles, block group median household income  is displayed in purple boxes.

Source: Census 2000 Summary File 3 (SF 3) Sample Data

Map 5 -- Median Home Value (by census tract)

At scales below 10 miles, check the box "Census Tract (High), then select Redraw. Median value for owner-occupied houses by census tract is displayed in purple boxes.  Bar charts break out the median value by race.

Source: Census 2000 Summary File 3 (SF 3) Sample Data

Map 6 -- Housing Tenure

Source: Census 2000 Summary File 1 (SF 1) 100-Percent Data

Map 7 -- Percent Black (single-race, all ages)

Source: Census 2000 Summary File 1 (SF 1) 100-Percent Data

Map 8 -- Percent Latino (any race, all ages)

Source: Census 2000 Summary File 1 (SF 1) 100-Percent Data

Map 9 -- Percent Asian (any race, all ages)

Source: Census 2000 Summary File 1 (SF 1) 100-Percent Data

Map 10 --  Civilian Population 16-19, Not Enrolled in School and No Degree

Source: Census 2000 Summary File 3 (SF 3) Sample Data

See Youth Educational Attainment page for details

Map 11 --  Civilian Population 16-19, Not Enrolled in School and Unemployed or Not in Labor Force

Source: Census 2000 Summary File 3 (SF 3) Sample Data

 See Youth Educational Attainment page for details

Map 12 --  5-17 Limited English-Speaking Ability (Spanish speakers only)

Source: Census 2000 Summary File 3 (SF 3) Sample Data

See ESL page for map details

Map 13 --  18-64 Limited English-Speaking Ability (Spanish speakers only)

Source: Census 2000 Summary File 3 (SF 3) Sample Data

See ESL page for map details

Download nationwide block group Spanish language data from FairData  (Maptitude-compatible, field labels are in .dcc file) (zipped file 2 megabytes)

Map 14  -- Voter Registration in old 4th Congressional District

For precinct and block-level registered voter estimates (query with Info tool)  use the Virginia voter registration interactive maps

Geocoded to block level -- based on early 2001 registration data in Congressional District 4 prior to the 2001 redistricting. Approximately 3% of registered voters are excluded due to geocoding inaccuracies. Additional discrepancies between 2001 voter data and the 2000 census result in some blocks showing more voters than voting age population. No adjustments have been made for prison populations. Precinct boundaries (VTDs) do not reflect changes made in 2001.Block-level themes display at 5 miles, political party charts at 3 miles.

Source: Estimated based on State Board of Elections and proprietary data (2001)

Map 15 --  Under 19 Below 185% Poverty Level (Free-Reduced Meal Eligible)

Source: USDA and Census 2000 Summary File 3 (SF 3) Sample Data

Includes Summer Food sites from 2001.

Note that unlike the other maps, this thematic map subdivides the 40% to 60% range into 40% to 50% and 50% to 60% -- facilitating the identification of potential Summer Food open site areas (where at least 50 percent of school age children are eligible for free or reduced price school meals).

At a scale of about 5 miles, counts for the under 19 population  below the 185% poverty level are displayed in purple boxes.

The block group level 185% poverty dataset can also be viewed via the USDA Summer Food Map Machine. Consistent with the USDA dataset and Map Machine, students under 19 in group housing are included in the 185% counts.

For additional details and Summer Food Site-level info (query with Info tool)  use the Summer Food Mapper

Map 16 -- Population Under 13 Below 185% Poverty Level

Source: USDA and Census 2000 Summary File 3 (SF 3) Sample Data

Note that  this thematic map subdivides the 40% to 60% range into 40% to 50% and 50% to 60% -- facilitating the identification of potential area eligibility sites for Child and Adult Care Food Program  sponsors  ( where at least 50 percent of the under age 13 population is eligible for free or reduced price school meals).

At a scale of about 5 miles, counts for the under 13 population  below the 185% poverty level are displayed in purple boxes.

Map 17 -- Population Under 5 Below Poverty

Source: Census 2000 Summary File 3 (SF 3) Sample Data

At a scale of about 5 miles, block group population counts for children under 5 living in poverty are displayed in purple boxes.

Map 18 -- Percent Undercount

At a scale of about 5 miles, block group undercounted population  (positive numbers -- persons missed) or overcounted population (negative numbers -- persons counted twice) is displayed in purple boxes

Note: Undercount rates are calculated after removing the group quarters population. The Census Bureau did not adjust for this population because it was excluded from the Accuracy and Coverage Evaluation.

Source: Statistically adjusted PL94-171 file and Census 2000 Summary File (SF 1)  Data

Map 19 --  Households without a vehicle

At a scale of about 5 miles, block group counts of households without a vehicle are displayed in purple boxes.

Source: Census 2000 Summary File 3 (SF 3) Sample Data

Map 20 --  Population 25 and over  without a high school degree

At a scale of about 5 miles, the  block group-level population 25 and over without a high school diploma is played in purple boxes.

Source: Census 2000 Summary File 3 (SF 3) Sample Data

Map 21 -- Foreign Born Non-citizen Population (any race or ethnicity, all ages)

At a scale of about 5 miles, the block group count of foreign born non-citizens is displayed in purple boxes. Percentage calculations are based on the total population. (all ages)

Source: Census 2000 Summary File 3 (SF 3) Sample Data

Map 22 -- Hispanic Black (as a % of Hispanics -- adjusted PL94-171 data)

At a scale of about 5 miles, the block group count of  Black Hispanics (all ages)  is displayed in purple boxes. Percentage calculations are based on the total Hispanic population. These figures are from the statistically adjusted PL94-171 file which corrects for the undercount. The differences between the adjusted and unadjusted files are generally minor.

Zip file download with county-level data in Excel Format. (300k)

Source: Statistically adjusted PL94-171 file

Map 23 -- Population Ages 15 to 24

At a scale of about 5 miles, the  block group-level population age 15 to 24  is displayed in purple boxes.

Source: Census 2000 Summary File 1 (SF 1) 100-Percent Data

Map 24 -- Population by Traffic Analysis Zone (TAZ)

Statewide map showing Traffic Analysis Zones used for transportation planning. Labels on map show TAZ numbering code. TAZ boundaries (green lines) can be viewed by clicking the TAZ display box below the map window TAZ_VA - in the default poverty map (Map 1) and in Map 24.  Population data can be accessed by clicking on the INFO tool -- the last item in the pop-up window.

Download high resolution statewide  TAZ shapefile from  FairData (5 mb zip file)

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Source: Census 2000 Summary File 1 (SF 1) 100-Percent Data

Map 25  -- Population in Student Dorms

At a scale of about 5 miles,  block group population counts for students living in college dorms are displayed in purple boxes.

Source: Census 2000 Summary File 1 (SF 1) 100-Percent Data  (see Group Quarters Mapper for details)

Map 26 -- Population in Military Quarters 

At a scale of about 5 miles,  block group population counts for persons  living in military barracks or quarters are  displayed in purple boxes.

Source: Census 2000 Summary File 1 (SF 1) 100-Percent Data  (see Group Quarters Mapper for details)

Map 27  -- Population in Correctional Facilities 

At a scale of about 5 miles,  the block group population counts for persons living in correctional facilities are displayed in purple boxes.

Source: Census 2000 Summary File 1 (SF 1) 100-Percent Data  (see Group Quarters Mapper for details; see also PrisonersoftheCensus.org)

Map 28 -- Population Ages 20 to 44 (as a percentage of 18+ population)

At a scale of about 5 miles, the  block group-level population for ages 20 to 44  is displayed in purple boxes.

Source: Census 2000 Summary File 1 (SF 1) 100-Percent Data

Map 29 -- Population Moved to Different House since 1995 (as a percentage of 5+ pop.)

At a scale of about 5 miles, the block group-level count for the population over 5 years moved to a different house since 1995  is displayed in purple boxes.

Source: Census 2000 Summary File 3 (SF 3) Sample Data

Map 30 -- Percent Native American (single- race, all ages)

Source: Census 2000 Summary File 1 (SF 1) 100-Percent Data

Map 31 -- Language Minority
                 (18+ non-English speakers who do not speak English "very well")

This thematic map shows voting age  non-English speakers who do not speak English "very well". This category includes all  non-English speakers 18 and over who speak English "well", "not well", or "not at all".

At a scale of about 5 miles , the  number (by block group) of 18+ non-English speaking persons  who do not speak English "very well" is displayed in purple boxes.

Note: The language minority map is not directly comparable to Maps 12 and 13. Those maps show English proficiency by age for Spanish speakers as a percentage  of the Spanish-speaking population, rather than as a percentage of the overall voting age non-English speaking population.  The maps also employ a more restrictive definition  for limited English  -- "speak English not well" or "not at all".

Some official definitions (for instance, Voting Rights Act Sec. 203 language minority coverage) extend the term "limited English"  to include persons who "speak English well".  Under these interpretations,  just one category  -- "Speak English Very Well" -- defines  persons who are considered proficient in English.

Map 32 -- Age 65+ (as a percentage of 18+ population)

At a scale of about 5 miles, the  block group-level 65 and over population  is displayed in purple boxes.

Source: Census 2000 Summary File 1 (SF 1) 100-Percent Data

Map 33 -- Population Ages 21-64 with a disability (as a percentage of 21-64 population)

At a scale of about 5 miles, the block group count of persons 21-64 with a disability is displayed in purple boxes.

Source: Census 2000 Summary File 3 (SF 3) Sample Data

Map 34 -- Party Affiliation (State Senate) 2007

Map 35 -- Party Affiliation (State House) 2007

Map 36 -- Party Affiliation (Congress) 2007

 


 

 

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