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Analyzing Characteristics of Congressional Districts
  ... resources to assess & interpret patterns & trends; voter mobilization

The 2014 median household income ($MHI) among the 114th Congressional Districts ranged from $24,429 (NY15) to $115,291 (VA10). See the interactive analysis table to view/rank/compare wide-ranging demographic-economic characteristics of the 114th Congressional Districts.

Congressional districts face different challenges due to a mix of factors that include urban/rural make-up, geographic structure and socioeconomic composition. See the latest 113th/114th Congress district-by-district thematic maps showing patterns of economic prosperity by census tract/neighborhood -- Examine variation in geographic, demographic and economic patterns from district-to-district.

States made no changes to the 113th Congressional Districts boundaries for the 114th Congress. The boundaries of the 113th and 114th Congressional Districts are the same.

Back then (10/09) ... 'Democratic members of the House of Representatives now represent most of the nation's wealthiest people, a sharp turnaround from the long-standing dominance that Republicans have held over affluent districts. Is this change fundamental and longer-term?' ... Warren Glimpse quoted by USA Today. This page provides access to selected congressional district information resources and examples of how geodemographic data can be used to develop insights.

Selected Congressional District Geographic-Demographic-Economic Updates
  ... scroll section
11.07.15. Congressional District Demographic-Economic Interactive Analysis
... examining patterns & characteristics of individual & all districts
... 2014 attributes of 114th Congressional Districts
    General Demographics | Social Characteristics | Economic Characteristics | Housing Characteristics

09.25.15. Congressional District Median Income & Housing Value: 2013-2014
... examining patterns & characteristics of individual & all districts
... incumbent, party, median income, median housing value; annual change
... use interactive table --
... visualizing patterns ... geospatial analysis ...

02.14.15. New Voting Rights Act Demographics
... ACS 2009-13 Citizen Voting Age Population (CVAP) estimates by race/origin
... examining relationships between legislative districts, census tracts, voting districts & census blocks
... interactive table --
... visualizing patterns ... Los Angeles area ...

09.29.14. A Century of County Population Change: 1910 to 2010
... decade to decade population change
... interactive table --
... visualizing patterns ... Dallas metro region ...

09.18.14. 2013 Congressional District Demographics
... most recent demographic-economic estimates for each/all 113th CDs
... API-based subject matter access
... interactive table --

06.01.14. School Age Population Characteristics by 113th Congressional District
... examine school district characteristics within congressional districts.
... see more at Children's Demographics
... click graphic for larger view and details.

03.24.14. Geocode Address Data with 113th Congressional District
... what congressional district is my address located in? state legislative district? voting district?
... APIGeocoder: batch & interactive geocoding
... API-based geocoder can code addresses with wide-ranging geography & demographic-economic attributes.

02.17.14. 113th Congressional District Demographic Interactive Tables
... ACS 2012 1-year 113th Congressional District demographic-economic ranking tables
... General Demographics --
... Social Characteristics --
... Economic Characteristics --
... Housing Characterictics --

11.06.13. State Legislative Districts Urban/Rural Characteristics
... examine America's 6,558 state legislative districts by urban/rural population & land area
... interactive table:

09.23.13. ACS 2012 Demographic-Economic Updates -- new September 2013
... new American Community Survey (ACS) 2012 1-year estimates
      - demographic-economic updates for each 113th Congressional District
... use the interactive table to examine demographic-economic patterns
      - see

09.20.13. 2012 Elections & Vote by Candidate
... Presidential, Senatorial and each Congressional election
... vote count and percent by election, party, candidate
... interactive analysis table:

04.11.13. Census 2010 SF1 Released for 113th Congressional Districts
... population by age, gender, race/origin; household type & relationship; group quarters
... housing units by own/rent/tenure; vacancy; related attributes
... retabulated for the congressional district boundaries of the 113th Congress
... more about Summary File 1 (SF1):

03.06.13. ACS 2011 1-year 113th Congressional District Interactive Ranking Tables
... ACS 2011 1-year 113th Congressional District demographic-economic ranking tables
... General Demographics --
... Social Characteristics --
... Economic Characteristics --
... Housing Characterictics --

03.04.13. ACS 2011 1-year 113th Congressional District Demographic Profiles
... New ACS 2011 1-year 113th Congressional District demographic-economic profiles
... View example for New York 12th --
... Data available for single districts, sets of districts or all districts in various formats
... Contact us for more information (mention ACS 2011 CD Profiles in text section)

03.01.13. Potential Impact of Sequester on School Districts by Congressional District
... mapping patterns of school districts by percent revenue from Federal sources
... view districts most vulnerable to reductions in Federal funding
... school districts shown in context of 113th Congressional Districts
... see

02.01.13. Citizen Voting Age Population Patterns by Census Tract
... ACS 2011 5-year special tabulation estimates
... citizen voting age population by race/ethnicity
... using these data with tools to analyze compliance with Voting Rights Act
... interactive ranking table ...
... visual analysis using GIS tools

01.28.13. 113th Congressional District Urban/Rural Characteristics
... new urban/rural data developed using Census 2010 Summary File 1 data.
... urban and rural population and housing data summarized by 113th Congressional District.

01.25.13. 113th Congressional District Demographics
... new data based on American Community Survey 2011 1-year estimates.
... tabulations for the new 113th congressional district boundaries.

12.28.12. CD Gallery Updated: 113th Congress Congressional District Maps
... State by congressional district maps for all states; sub-state zoom-in for many states.
... District specific focus maps available in all states.
    - district focus maps show CD boundary and thematic pattern map.
    - thematic pattern: economic prosperity (median household income) by census tract.

12.04.12. 113th Congressional Districts & School District Finances
... School district thematic maps (percent Federal revenue) in context of 113th CD boundaries.
... School district-CD map views:
... Applications Gallery:

11.08.12. 113th Congressional District Representatives
... 113th CD Representatives interactive ranking table.
... View/rank/query congressional districts by state, district, representative and affiliation.

10.22.12. 113th Congressional District Boundaries/Shapefiles Available
... These national scope data are now available:
    > 113th Congressional District (CD) boundaries in shapefile structure.
    > Corresponding state upper (SU) and lower (SL) house boundary shapefiles.
    > Census 2010 census block to 113th CD, SU and SL equivalence files.
    > ProximityOne Census 2010 demographics data by 113th CD, SU and SL.
    > ProximityOne ZIP Code-113th CD, SU and SL equivalence file and demographics.
... Contact us (888-364-7656) for mapping, GIS projects, data integration and analysis.

113th Congressional Districts ... click graphic for larger view. Larger map shows CD labels.
Applications gallery:

10.08.12. Congressional District ACS 2011 Interactive Ranking Tables
... New demographic-economic American Community Survey data released September 2012
... Congressional Districts, U.S., states, metros/MSAs, counties, cities
... Several hundred most widely used subject matter items
... General Demographics --
... Social Characteristics --
... Economic Characteristics --
... Housing Characteristics --

08.07.12. Congressional District Demographics via S&O Server
... use no fee S&O Server to access detailed Congressional District data
    and data for a wider range of geography down to block/block group level
... most tables/items from Census 2010 Summary File 1 and ACS 2010 are available
... start using S&O Server today:

03.19.12. Congressional Districts, State Districts & Web Map Server
... Visually examine distribution/relationship of Census 2010 geography:
... drill-down to the census block (11+ million areas) level for anywhere in the U.S.
... view congressional district boundaries in context of other geography
... integrate views based on your shapefiles with TIGER WMS ... all free.

01.15.12. Use your iPad with Interactive Ranking Tables
  ... use the ranking table below with your iPad
  ... iPad/iPhone (iOS 5+) and all major browsers:
      Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Opera & Chrome on Windows, Mac OS X & Linux
  ... more ranking tables:

11.29.11. Compare Census 2010 Demographics with 2010 1-Year Estimates
... interactive ranking table ... view/rank/query/compare
... all congressional districts and other areas with 65,000 population and over
... in 2010, median household income among congressional districts ranged
      from $34,020 (NY16) to $137,003 (NY18).

11.21.11. Congressional District Comparative Analysis Demographic Profiles
... comparative analysis Census 2010 demographic profiles.
... congressional district, school district, state, U.S.

  11.02.11. New 2013 Enacted Redistricting Shapefiles
      ... Ohio 2013 CD/state house/senate files
      ... Illinois 2013 CD/state house/senate files

  10.04.11. ESEA Title I 2011 Allocations by School District by Congressional District
      ... query/rank/compare $14.2 billion Title 1 funding
  09.30.11. Congressional District Income & Poverty Characteristics: 2009-2010
  09.29.11. New/2010 Congressional District "Richer Demographics" Datasets Now Available
  09.26.11. Employment Situation by Congressional District: 2009-2010
  09.08.11. Comparative Analysis Demographic Profiles
  09.07.11. Measuring & Analyzing the U.S. Voting Population
  09.06.11. Voting Patterns by Congressional District: 2010 Elections
  09.02.11. ZIP Code Demographics by Congressional District
  08.19.11. Analyzing Congressional District Characteristics & Patterns: Webinar
  08.17.11. Congressional District Urban/Rural Population
  06.25.11. Analyzing Congressional District Population by Single Year of Age Variants
  06.15.11. New Demographic Projections Reflect Census 2010 Results
  06.03.11. Comparative Analysis Demographic Profiles
  05.09.11. Census 2010 Demographic Profiles: New Age & Household Characteristics Data
  04.20.11. Census 2010 Group Quarters Data
  04.10.11. State, Regional & Metro Census 2010 Demographic Profiles
  03.28.11. National Scope Congressional District Census 2010 PL Summary File
  03.09.11. Nevada CD #3 Census 2010 Population 1,043,855
  03.04.11. Congressional Districts, State Legislative Districts & Census 2010 Demographics
  02.03.11. View Congressional District Demographics from Census 2010 P.L. 94-171 Program
  01.20.11. Census 2010 Census Block Demographics
  12.21.10. Apportionment Data Released
  12.10.10. Using the New ACS 2005-09 Small Area Demographics
  11.25.10. 76th Congress .. 132 Million Population .. 1940
  11.11.10. America's Veterans by Congressional District
  11.08.10. Congressional Districts & the Housing Market
  11.05.10. Congressional Districts & the Employment Situation
  11.01.10. Congressional Districts & Language Use
10.09.10. Congressional District Demographic Profiles
  ... view congressional district demographic reports.
  ... general demographics, social, economic, housing characteristics.
      - what are health insurance characteristics in a district?
      - language spoken at home?
      - income and employment?
      - housing value and market characteristics?
      - commute patterns and time?
      - age, race/ethnicity & household composition?
      - educational attainment?
  ... compare characteristics for 2008 and 2009.
  ... see how to knit these data with latest monthly unemployment data.
  ... select district & type of profile at

See congressional district demographic-economic ranking table below.

Pattern Analysis & GIS

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10.06.10. Examining Unemployment by Congressional District   (toggle)
10.01.10. More About Race & Ethnicity Data   (toggle)
09.28.10. New Interactive Ranking Table with 2009 Data   (toggle)
08.18.10. Examining High Schools by Congressional District   (toggle)
08.16.10. Release of first Census 2010 data nears   (toggle)
08.13.10. Census 2010 & Congressional Apportionment   (toggle)
07.22.10. Use DMILab Tools -- Visual Pattern Analysis   (toggle)
05.19.10. Analyzing Voting Rates & Patterns by State   (toggle)
05.11.10. Comparative Analysis Demographic Profiles   (toggle)
04.26.10. Nov 08 Cong. District Vote by Party RankingTable   (toggle)
04.14.10. Metro & County Demographic Projections to 2020   (toggle)
01.12.10. County Vote Likelihood Projections: 2010/2012   (toggle)
01.08.10. Assessing Voter Participation; Voting Age Data   (toggle)
12.23.09. Estimates Show 17 States May be Redistricted   (toggle)
11.28.09. CD Labor Force & Housing Market Characteristics
11.20.09. School District Demographics by Cong. District

111/112th Congressional District 2008-2009 Demographics Interactive Ranking Table
  Additional 111th Congressional District demographics ranking tables: 2007 and 2008
  Click column header to sort; again to sort other direction. Usage notes below table.
  See related Ranking Tables Main Page

The ranking table includes 435 congressional districts and the District of Columbia thereby covering the total United States population. The table excludes delegates for Puerto Rico and U.S. territorial areas. Incumbency data are updated as changes occur.

Use the Ranking Table Data on Your Computer
Download the data in CSV format; view additional more detailed data.

111th versus 112th Incumbents
  • The first two columns show incumbency data for the 111th Congress.
  • The next two columns show incumbency data for the 112th Congress, entering January 2011.
  • The fifth column contains the value 1 when then 112th incumbent differs from the 111th incumbent.

Using the Filters
To select CDs within a state, after clicking the Show All button, select the state with the State filter dropdown below table. Party and Name selections operate on the 112th only.

Party. To select CDs with 112th party incumbency, after clicking the Show All button, select the party with the Party filter dropdown below table. For example, selecting Party=D the table shows just the 190 districts that have a Democrat incumbent. Once either the State or Party filter has been applied, re-sort on attributes to view ranking based on that item. To restore to view to all CDs, click the Show All button.

Member Name. To find a 112th member name (any partial string) in Incumbent 112th column, click Show All button, key in the text (case-sensitive), then click Find in Name button. To restore to start-up view, refresh the page.

Within State Analysis. To examine attributes of a party within a state proceed as follows. Click Show All button. Select a state (e.g., CA). Select a party (e.g. D). Note there are 32 rows/incumbents (CA and D). Now click a header column to sort this group in either direction. Repeat as desired.

About the Data
Demographic data from the Census Bureau 2008 and 2009 American Community Survey; incumbency data from the Office of the Clerk, U.S. House of Representatives; data development and analyses by Proximity.

Ranking Table Column Descriptions
  Status -- 1 if new incumbent; 2 if election results not yet final.
  CD1 - state postal abbreviation + congressional district code within state
  CD2 - state FIPS code + congressional district code within state
  Pop08 - total population 2008
  Pop09 - total population 2009
  %PCh0809 - total population percent change 2008-2009
  %W09 - percent White population (of one race) 2009
  %B09 - percent Black population (of one race) 2009
  %H09 - percent Hispanic population 2009
  %HSGr09 - percent population who are high school graduates 2009
  %LSAH09 - percent population 5 years and older who speak language other than English at home
    and do not speak English very well
  $MHI08 - median household income 2008
  $MHI09 - median household income 2009
  MHI%Ch - median household income percent change 2008-2009
  UR08 - unemployment rate 2008
  UR09 - unemployment rate 2009
  URCh - change in unemployment rate 2008-2009
Cell value of -1 indicates insufficient data available to develop estimate.

Map Views: 111th CDs Showing October 2009 Incumbency and 2008 Demographic Patterns

For larger views and additional narrative, see Application Gallery Views.
Make your own maps, similar to these, using the CD Analyst package (see below). Zoom into states of interest. Label and shown patterns that meet your needs. Add other geography (roads, schools, custom areas) and your own data. Create graphics for reports, presentation and collaboration.

Party Incumbency as of October 2009

Party Incumbency as of October 2009 (as above)
... with Patterns of 2008 Median Household Income by Congressional District

CDAnalyst -- integrated Win32 software and database
-- See Guide to CDAnalyst

... analyze your data in context of congressional districts
... explore congressional district demographic patterns and relationships
... use ranking tables with incumbent characteristics and demographics (sort and query)
... use demographic profiles for comparative analysis
    district to district, district to state, district to U.S.
... export results of your analyses for further analysis
... ready-to-use 110th/111th/112th Congressional District boundary files
... ready-to-use 110th/111th/112th Congressional District trend demographics
... view your geocoded address data in context of congressional district and other geography
... view your locations and other data in context of CDs
... analyze data by city, school district, other geography with CDs
... create compelling maps for collaborative discussions
... use for advanced applications like coalition analysis
... use in the classroom

113th Congressional Districts
The 113th Congress is in session January 2013 to January 2015. The 113th Congressional District boundaries will reflect redistricting, as applicable, based on Census 2010 results.

112th Congressional Districts
The 112th Congress is in session January 2011 to January 2013. Detailed information on the 111th Congress is available from the Office of the Clerk, U.S. House of Representatives ( The boundaries and codes/names are the same for the 110th, 111th and 112th Congressional Districts.

111th Congressional Districts
The 111th Congress is in session January 2009 to January 2011. Detailed information on the 111th Congress is available from the Office of the Clerk, U.S. House of Representatives ( The boundaries and codes/names are the same for the 110th and 111th Congressional Districts.

110th Congressional Districts
The 110th Congress was in session January 2007 to January 2009. Only congressional district boundaries in Texas and Georgia changed relative to the 109th Congressional Districts.

109th Congressional Districts
The 109th Congress was in session January 2005 to January 2007. Congressional district boundaries in Maine, Pennsylvania, and Texas changed after the 108th Congress was seated in January of 2003, and are reflected in the 109th Congressional District boundary files referenced below.

109th CD Basic Demographics File. Register to access the 109th CD Basic Demographics File (XLS) developed by Proximity. The file includes population by race and origin, urban/rural, median household income, and population by poverty status. Sort on subject matter characteristics to see where your districts of interest rank. See this Colorado example.

Mapping Congressional Districts on Your Computer. Boundary files may be downloaded from the Census Bureau boundary file Web server ( See mapping application information for the 108th Congress provided below. Use the Proximity CommunityViewer GIS software to automatically download these shapefiles and view on your computer. Integrate demographics and your data into the map project.

108th Congressional Districts
The 108th Congress was in session from January 2003 to January 2005.

This web page reviews the scope and use of these data resources and summarizes Proximity information resources that can be used to process, integrate these data with your own data, and interpret the data, and help with decision-making analyses. Some examples presented below are based on the 108th CDs.

How and Where Have Congressional Districts Changed?


Using the State of Missouri as an example, the above graphics show Missouri by 107th CD, 108th CD, and 107 superimposed on 108. County boundaries are shown in gray. It is evident that CD 09 has expanded to the south and southwest and contracted in the area north of St. Louis. Several other Districts have had similar changes. This pattern of changing district boundaries is typical of most states with more that one district.

Using Census 2000 demographics it is possible to determine how the demographics of the overall district have changed -- resulting only from the changing geography. That is, these data show change resulting from change in geographic territory only -- not reflecting change in population growth or composition over time.

Missouri Congressional District 9 had a Census 2000 total population of 694,873 based on the 106th (and 107th) CD boundary and 621,690 based on the 108th CD boundary. The following table compares the difference in educational attainment for Missouri CD 9. More detailed attributes the 108th Congressional District may be viewed via Sample Data Profiles or Complete Count Profiles.

Census 2000 SF3 MO 106th CD 09 MO 108th CD 09
 EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT Population Percent Population Percent
    Population 25 years and over 435,323 100.0 393,809 100.0
      Less than 9th grade 28,095 6.5 29,663 7.5
      9th to 12th grade, no diploma 48,938 11.2 47,323 12
      High school graduate (includes equivalency) 151,563 34.8 140,628 35.7
      Some college, no degree 91,683 21.1 78,354 19.9
      Associate degree 23,055 5.3 19,301 4.9
      Bachelor's degree 59,113 13.6 49,045 12.5
      Graduate or professional degree 32,876 7.6 29,495 7.5

Measuring and Planning for Change:
  -- Post-Census, Extended Demographics and Regional Economy

Proximity develops and integrates demographic, business, economic, and geographic data to help leaders and stakeholders answer a wide range of questions.

  • How has the population changed in a district since Census 2010?
  • How will the population change in a district change by 2020?
  • What are the opinions and views held by the residents of a district?
  • How many schools are located in the district and how is enrollments changing?
  • What is the source and use of education funding and how is it changing?
  • What is the size and distribution of business establishments by industry?

Knowing answers to these questions (as examples), can help leaders and stakeholders set realistic objectives for the district and devise strategies and identify policy and program changes needed to achieve related goals. Proximity can help implement this total process.

Using Geospatial Analysis and Geographic Resources

Maps and Visual Analysis. Integrate the Census 2000/Census 2010/American Community Survey data, secondary data updates, and your own data and visually analyze these data. The following map shows the power of using these resources.

Educational Attainment by 108th Congressional District -- High School+
  Percent population 25 years and older high school graduate or more, Census 2000

Educational Attainment by 108th Congressional District -- College+
  Percent population 25 years and older college graduate or more, Census 2000

Viewing a Map of an 108th Congressional District. To view a map of a 108th congressional district using your Web browser, follow these steps.
  1. Connect to
  2. Click on Search toward top of form.
  3. Click on the Geography tab
  4. Click on box "Show more selection methods ..."
  5. At "Search for" click the down arrow and selection Congressional District - 108th
  6. Select a state (Missouri for example)
  7. Select a district (08 for example)
  8. Click Map it (example of Missouri 08 appears as shown below)

Using the 108th CD Map Files and Your Data. View your own data on your PC using the 108th CD boundary files, to depicting the perimeters of congressional districts and thematic maps showing geodemographic relationships. Boundary files may be downloaded from the Census Bureau boundary file Web server ( These boundary files were used to develop the map graphics shown above. Contact Proximity to learn more about how to use these map files with your data. Below is an example using K-12 school data in Missouri Congressional District 8.

Examining K-12 Schools & Enrollment by Congressional District [goto top]

How many K-12 schools are in my congressional district? Sometimes determining answers to simple, but important, questions can be very difficult using even publicly available data.

Using a GIS, we developed the following map of Missouri Congressional District 8. The icons represent K-12 schools (school year 2000-2001). It is possible to access the school level data from the U.S. Department of Education, but the first step requires converting the data into a form that can be used to meet analytical objectives. Second, to display the school locations as icons requires the availability of the school latitude-longitude. The values are available in the DOE data for about half of the schools. For those missing these data, we added the latitude-longitude based on the centroid of the ZIP code in which the school is located.

We "clip" the schools located in MO CD 8 and save the data to file easily determining that there are 359 schools (as reported by the Missouri Department of Education to DOE) in the District. The file is then opened using Excel and several attributes about K-12 education on Missouri CD 8 are revealed as follows:

Schools 359
Teachers (FTE) 7977
Students, Total 109,870
  White 100,022
  Black 8,496
  Hispanic 717
  in Free Lunch Program 41,277
  in Reduced Lunch Fee Program 9,624
PK Enrollment 2,579
12th Grade Enrollment 7,230

The PK enrollment provides some measure that can be useful in determining relative need for day care facilities, and related matters, (used with other data) in the Congressional District.

The 12th grade enrollment data provides some measure of the number of students who will be entering the work force and/or attending a postsecondary education institution.

Using the GIS, we can also "drill down" into specific areas in the District that might be of interest. In the next map, a zoom into the previous map depicts schools that are Title I eligible in yellow. We can immediately see the distribution of schools and examine patterns. One school has been arbitrarily selected (at identify cursor) and profiled. This shows how these data used in a GIS context can pull-up specific data about a school.

Address Matching, Geocoding, Referencing. Address match and geocode your own data using the Census 2000 108th CD TIGER/Line Files. The TIGER/Line files (geographic data only) enable you to assign latitude-longitude to addresses and much more.

Released in March 2003, the 108th Congressional District (CD) Census 2000 TIGER/Line files are the latest version of the Census 2000 TIGER/Line files and use the same file format as the other Census 2000 TIGER/Line files.

The address ranges appearing in the 108th CD Census 2000 TIGER/Line files are based upon the addresses in the final Master Address File (MAF) used for tabulating Census 2000. These are the same address ranges originally introduced with the Census 2000 TIGER/Line files released in October, 2001. The 108th CD Census 2000 TIGER/Line files coverage is as follows: all counties, parishes, boroughs, census areas and equivalent entities for each state, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the Island Areas.

In a few cases the boundaries of the 108th Congressional districts do not follow Census 2000 block boundaries. Where the boundary of a congressional district for the 108th Congress splits a Census 2000 block, the Census Bureau maps and TIGER/Line files depict the correct location of the boundary. For data tabulation purposes, that census block is fully allocated to the 108th Congressional District specified to the Census Bureau by the state. This list provides all the 108th Congressional Districts that split census blocks and shows the congressional district where the block is allocated for data tabulation.

108th Congress Composition
In terms of official representation, there are 435 Members, 4 Delegates (American Samoa, District of Columbia, Guam, Virgin Islands), and 1 Resident Commissioner (Puerto Rico) that comprise the 108th Congress. Data reported in tables presented in national analyses on this Web page include the 435 Congressional Districts, D.C., and Puerto Rico. This set of data is used as these data comprise the scope of geography included in the Census Bureau 108th Congressional District Summary File.

Additional Information
ProximityOne develops geographic-demographic-economic data and analytical tools and helps organizations knit together and use diverse data in a decision-making and analytical framework. We develop custom demographic/economic estimates and projections, develop geographic and geocoded address files, and assist with impact and geospatial analyses. Wide-ranging organizations use our tools (software, data, methodologies) to analyze their own data integrated with other data. Follow ProximityOne on Twitter at Contact ProximityOne (888-364-7656) with questions about data covered in this section or to discuss custom estimates, projections or analyses for your areas of interest.

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