All Indicators

INDICATORS
Early Prenatal Care, by Mother's Race/Ethnicity
The proportion of births in which mothers initiated prenatal care during the first trimester of pregnancy (before 13 weeks gestation), broken down by mother's race or ethnicity.
Infant Mortality Rate, by Race/Ethnicity
The number of deaths among infants (under age 1) in various racial or ethnic groups, expressed as a rate per 1,000 live births and averaged over three years.
Children with Elevated Blood Lead Levels
The number of children under age 6 with blood lead levels 10 micrograms per deciliter or higher as a proportion of those tested within the year (either with a finger stick or venous blood screening). Only children who did not previously have an elevated blood lead level are included in this measure.
Children Receiving Subsidized Child Care
The percentage of children in subsidized child care, expressed as a rate of all children under 13.
Children Living in Poverty, by Race/Ethnicity
The number of children under 18 living below the federally defined poverty line, expressed as a percentage of all children under 18 and reported by various racial and ethnic groups. Poverty thresholds vary by family composition and year. In 2020, the threshold for a four-person family with two children was $26,246.
Disengaged Youth, Ages 16 to 19
The percentage of the population between ages 16 and 19 that is not enrolled in school and not working (either unemployed or not in the labor force).
Single-Parent Families, by Race/Ethnicity
The number of single-parent families with children under 18, as a percent of all families with children under 18 and reported by various racial and ethnic groups.
Single Female-Headed Households
The percentage of households headed by females living with one or more related family members.
Contributions as a Percentage of Income
Contributions to charitable organizations, measured as a percentage of income.
Voter Registration Rate
The percentage of the voting-age population (18 and over) that is registered to vote.
Voter Participation Rate
The percentage of the voting-age population (18 and over) that actually voted in an election.
Serious Crimes
The number of reported serious crimes per 10,000 residents. Serious crimes are defined by the FBI as murder, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, larceny and motor vehicle theft.
Victims of Domestic Violence
The number of reported victims of domestic violence per 10,000 residents. Domestic violence includes assaults, sex offenses, and violations of orders of protection among any family members (not just spouses or intimate partners).
Arrest Rates, by Race/Ethnicity
The number of people arrested by race/ethnicity, expressed as a rate per 10,000 people of that race/ethnicity.
Households With Internet Access, by Race/Ethnicity
The percentage of households that have access to the Internet, by race/ethnicity.
Households without Vehicles
The number of households which do not report having a vehicle kept at the home, available for use, expressed as a percentage of all households.
Means of Transportation to Work, by Race/Ethnicity
The type of transportation used on a daily basis by workers over the age of 16 who commute to work, expressed as a percentage of all workers who do not work at home, by race/ethnicity.
Air Quality
The percentage of days for which air quality was monitored and found to be good, indicating healthy air both for sensitive groups, such as people with asthma, and for the population as a whole. The Air Quality Index (AQI) summarizes levels of ground-level ozone, particulate matter (soot and other particles), carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, and nitrogen dioxide into one measure.
Population Density
The number of people per square mile of land area.
Water Quality of the Long Island Sound
Save the Sound, an organization dedicated to improving the land, air and water of Connecticut and Long Island Sound, develops and releases a report card every two years on the ecological health of the Sound. The report card includes water quality scores (0-100%) for sub-regions of the Sound. Westchester County is part of the Eastern Narrows sub-region and thus plays an important part in shaping its ecological health. Scores are based on scientifically derived scales that rely on multiple data points, including dissolved organic carbon, dissolved oxygen, chlorophyll a and water clarity. For more information, visit www.savethesound.org/report-card or www.soundhealthexplorer.org .
Open Space in Westchester County
The Westchester County Planning Department tracks various categories of open space within the County. Figures are presented here in square miles. This data set includes permanently protected lands (e.g., local, county and state parkland, nature preserves and cemeteries) as well as lands that are not permanently protected, but contribute to open space character (e.g., private recreation sites, farms, public buildings, water supply lands, and land along utility lines).
Change in Total Population
The total change in the number of people living in a geographic area since 2000.
Change in Population, by Race/Ethnicity
The change in population of a geographic area broken down by racial and ethnic groups since 2000.
Change in Population, by Age
The change in population of a geographic area broken down by selected age groups since 2000.
People with Disabilities
The percentage of people living with a disability, out of all people not living in institutions.
Language Diversity
The share of people ages 5 and older in a geographic area who speak a language other than English at home. This includes both people who speak English well and those who do not.
People 65 or Older Living Alone
The share of people 65 or older in a geographic area who are living alone.
Change in Total Jobs
The growth or decline in total jobs, shown as a percentage gain or loss from the previous year.
Change in Jobs by Sector
The net growth or decline in jobs by sector, shown as a percentage gain or loss from 2001 to 2020.
Business Ownership, by Race/Ethnicity
The share of businesses owned by people of different racial and ethnic backgrounds.
Average Salary by Sector
The average annual salary paid to workers in each economic sector in 2020.
Median Household Income, by Race/Ethnicity
Median household income, inflated to 2020 dollars, broken down by race/ethnicity. Half of incomes are below the median and half are above.
Female to Male Earnings Ratio
The ratio of female to male median earnings.
Unemployment Rate, by Race/Ethnicity
The unemployment rate for racial and ethnic groups in a geographic area. Unemployed individuals are those without jobs who are able, available and seeking work; the rate presents them as a share of the total labor force.
People Living in Poverty
The estimated number of people with incomes below the poverty line, as a percentage of those for whom poverty status has been determined. Poverty thresholds vary by family composition and year. In 2020, the threshold for a four-person family with two children was $26,246.
People Living in Poverty, by Race/Ethnicity
The proportion of people in various racial and ethnic groups with incomes below the poverty line. Poverty thresholds vary by family composition and year. In 2020, the threshold for a four-person family with two children was $26,246.
Seniors Living in Poverty
The estimated proportion of people 65 and older with incomes below the poverty line. In 2020, the threshold for a person 65 or older was $12,413.
Seniors Living in Poverty, by Race/Ethnicity
The proportion of seniors (65 and older) in various racial and ethnic groups with incomes below the poverty line. Poverty thresholds vary by family composition and year. In 2020, the threshold for a person 65 or over was $12,413.
Food Insecurity
The percentage of households that lack access, at times, to enough food for an active, healthy life for all household members and/or experience limited or uncertain availability of nutritionally adequate foods.
Households Receiving SNAP, by Race/Ethnicity
The proportion of households broken out by race and ethnicity that participate in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly known as food stamps).
Public Assistance
Income to individuals from governmental support programs (including Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, Medicaid, unemployment and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), expressed on a per capita basis.
People Receiving Supplemental Security Income
The number of people receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI), per 1,000 residents.
Homeownership Rate, by Race/Ethnicity
The number of owner-occupied units (not rented) as a percent of all occupied units (not vacant), for various racial and ethnic groups.
Cost of Homeownership, by Race/Ethnicity
The ratio of the median home value divided by the median household income, adjusted for inflation, and shown for homeowners in various racial and ethnic groups.
Overall Housing Cost Burden
The share of housing units with people paying 30% or more of their income in rent or ownership costs.
Cost of Rent, by Race/Ethnicity
The proportion of household income that goes toward monthly rent, utilities and fuel, calculated by dividing median rent by median household income for renters, presented for renters of various racial and ethnic groups.
Rent Burdened Households
The share of rental housing units with people paying 30% or more of their income in rent.
Homelessness, by Race/Ethnicity
The number of homeless people at a given point in time (usually one night in January), per 10,000 residents.
Homelessness, by Sex
The number of homeless people, by sex, at a given point in time (usually one night in January), per 10,000 residents.
Per-Student Spending
Total spending by public school districts in a county, divided by total pupils.
Student Suspensions
The number of students who were suspended from school for at least one full day, expressed as a percentage of total enrollment.
Student Performance on Grade 3 English, by Race/Ethnicity
The percent of students tested who met or exceeded the state standard on the NYS Grade 3 English exam, broken down by students' race or ethnicity. Student performance is scored from level 1 to 4. The state standard is met by scoring at level 3 or 4 and is considered passing.
High School Cohort Graduation Rate, by Race/Ethnicity
The number of students graduating after four years of high school (measured through August of the graduation year), as a percentage of their cohort, broken down by students' race and ethnicity. The cohort is the class of ninth-graders beginning high school in the same academic year.
College Admission Rate, by Race/Ethnicity
The number of students admitted for the first time on a part-time or full-time basis to a 2-year or 4-year institution within a geographic area, expressed as a percentage of those who applied, by race/ethnicity.
College Enrollment Rate, by Race/Ethnicity
The number of students enrolled for the first time on a part-time or full-time basis in a 2-year or 4-year institution within a geographic area, expressed as a percentage of those who were accepted, by race/ethnicity.
Education Levels of Adults, by Race/Ethnicity
The number of people with a particular level of education in a region, expressed as a percentage of all adults 25 and older, broken down by race and ethnicity.
People Without Health Insurance
The percentage of people under 65 who are not covered by some form of health insurance, including public programs such as Medicaid and Medicare.
Mortality Rate, by Race/Ethnicity
The number of deaths broken down by race/ethnicity, expressed as a rate per 100,000 population.
Mortality Rate from Chronic Lower Respiratory Disease, by Race/Ethnicity
The number of deaths due to chronic lower respiratory disease (CRLD) broken out by race/ethnicity, expressed as an age-adjusted rate per 100,000 population.
Diabetes Mortality, by Race/Ethnicity
The number of diabetes deaths broken down by race/ethnicity, expressed as a rate per 100,000 population.
Suicide Rates, by Race/Ethnicity
Deaths due to suicide broken out by race/ethnicity, expressed as an age-adjusted rate per 100,000 population.





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