San Antonio has begun to think and talk seriously about income inequality – the gap between the highest- and lowest-income people in our community – and income segregation, or the degree to which people of different income levels live apart from each other in different neighborhoods. Another key piece of the puzzle is our middle-income population. Is that population shrinking as it is in the U.S.? Where do they live? What else can we learn? CI:Now compared snapshots of our middle-income population from two different time periods and sliced and mapped the data. Find out more about this topic in our March 2018 Data Spotlight.
- Newsletter: Grant for ACS data tool, new program evaluation partnership, ARDA update
- Newsletter: ARDA Spark 2018, Bexar County’s middle class, ACS Dashboard, and more