Updated New England City Data Tool offers economic, demographic, and housing measures Updated New England City Data Tool offers economic, demographic, and housing measures

Includes data from 2000 and 2014 Includes data from 2000 and 2014

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September 27, 2016

Have you ever wondered how the New England town you live or work in stacks up against its neighbors on economic, demographic, and housing measures?  Are you curious to see how lower-income neighborhoods in New England’s cities and towns fare in comparison with higher-income areas?

The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston’s updated New England City Data tool offers a quick and easy way to explore these questions for places across the region.  The New England City Data tool makes it simple for users to select several cities or towns and compare statistics across indicators such as attainment of a Bachelor’s degree, unemployment rate, homeownership rate, and English proficiency, among many others. The tool also offers users the opportunity to view these statistics for low- and moderate-income areas side by side with those for middle- and upper-income areas, and provides regional and state-level aggregate data as well.  

The data is now available for 2000 and 2014 and may be viewed in on-screen tables, raw-format Microsoft Excel downloads, or easy-to-use City Summary PDF documents that may be printed or used in presentations.  

For those who need quick and straightforward access to city- and town-specific data, as well as those looking for a user-friendly format to investigate in-depth and compare data for areas across the region, the New England City Data tool puts all the information you need right at your fingertips.  

Start exploring New England City Data today.