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NYC Area $MHI by 113th CD
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New January 2013. In 2011, the median household income for the 113th Congress congressional districts ranged from $23,894 to $109,505. View/rank/compare/query 2011 demographic-economic characteristics for the 113th Congress congressional districts (in session January 2013 to January 2015) using the interactive table in this section. These data are based on the American Community Survey 2011 1-year estimates for the new 113th congressional district boundaries. The data are post-Census 2010 estimates based on the survey covering the period January 2011 through December 2011.

Comparative Analysis Profiles. View/compare demographic-economic characteristics of multiple congressional districts in side-by-side comparative analysis format. See this example in this section comparing contiguous, but dissimilar, New York CD 15 and New York CD 12, side-by-side with New York State.

See related section http://proximityone.com/cd113_demographics_pct.htm showing percentage demographics (rather than whole number demographics) in table. Additional data and data access tools under development.

Maps & Visual Pattern Analysis. Examine individual congressional district thematic maps of economic prosperity (median household income) by neighborhood/census tract. View maps now ... choose by state or select district from contents: http://proximityone.com/cdgallery/guide/overview.htm

Use the U.S. by 113th Congressional Districts shapefile with CV XE GIS, or other GIS software, to create thematic pattern maps such as the one shown at right. This view shows patterns of median household income by 113th Congressional District for the New York City area. Click graphic for larger view. Create maps like this for any area of the U.S. with ready-to-use integrated demographic-economic attributes shown in the ranking table below and more. Optionally add your own data. Contact us for more information (mention "US by 113th CD thematic mapping").

113th Congressional Districts Demographics Interactive Ranking Table
  Click column header to sort; again to sort other direction. Usage notes below table.
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Column Headers
State
StFIPS - State FIPS Code
CD# - CD 113 state congressional district code
Population
  Male
  Female
  Age0005 - population under 5 years
  Age0509 - population 5-9 years
  Age1014 - population 10-14 years
  Age1519 - population 15-19 years
  Age2024 - population 20-24 years
  Age2534 - population 25-34 years
  Age3544 - population 35-44 years
  Age4554 - population 45-54 years
  Age5559 - population 55-59 years
  Age6064 - population 60-64 years
  Age65up - population 65 years and over
Population
  OneRace - population of one race
    White - White population of one race
    Black - Black population of one race
    AIAN - American Indian & Alaska Native population of one race
    Asian - Asian population of one race
    NHPI - Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander population of one race
    SoR - population of one race - some other race
  ToMR - population of two or more races
Population
Hispanic
  Non-Hispanic

$MHI - Median Household Income

Hsg Units - Housing Units
  Occupied - Occupied Housing Units
  Vacant - Vacant Housing Units
Households - Households
  Owner Occ - Owner occupied housing units
  Renter Occ - Renter occupied housing units
Age25up - population ages 25 years and over
  EA-0009 - educational attainment - completed less than 9 years
  EA-0912 - educational attainment - completed 9-12 years - no degree
  EA-HSGrad - educational attainment - high school graduates
  EA-Coll - educational attainment - completed some college
  Assoc Deg - educational attainment - associates degree
  Bachelor Deg - educational attainment - bachelors degree
  Grad Degree - educational attainment - graduate degree
  %HSGrad - educational attainment - percent high school graduate
  %Bach Deg - educational attainment - percent bachelors degree
Civ_Age18up - civilian population ages 18 years and over
  Civ_Vets- civilian veterans

Using the Ranking Table
  • Click on a column header to sort on that column; click column header again to sort in other direction.
  • Click ShowAll button to show all areas and restore full set of data view.
  • Click State to select all areas in a selected state (click ShowAll between selections).
  • View additional rows/areas by sliding vertical scrollbar at table right.
  • Modify column width by dragging column separator in header row.
  • View additional columns by sliding horizontal scrollbar (leftmost columns remain fixed).

Comparative Analysis Profiles
Use ProximityOne tools to view/compare demographic-economic characteristics of multiple congressional districts in side-by-side comparative analysis format. View integrated Census 2010 and American Community Survey 2011 characteristics. The example in scroll box below shows characteristics of New York CD 15, New York CD 12 and state of New York. These two dissimilar districts are contiguous; see related map view. Get a custom profile comparing any 3 geographies (any district, any state, U.S.) in a transportable HTML structure like that shown below. Contact us for more information about these profiles (mention "113th CD comparative analysis profiles").
113th Congressional District Comparative Analysis Profile
  Census 2010 & ACS 2011 Demographic-Economic Characteristics
  Areas -->-- District NY15 ---- District NY12 ---- New York --
  ItemValuePercentValuePercentValuePercent
Total Population - Census 2010 717,708 100.00 717,707 100.00 19,378,102 100.00
  Urban 717,708 100.00 717,707 100.00 17,028,105 87.87
  Rural 0 0.00 0 0.00 2,349,997 12.13
 
Housing Units - Census 2010 250,300 100.00 423,447 100.00 8,108,103 100.00
  Urban 250,300 100.00 423,447 100.00 6,935,786 85.54
  Rural 0 0.00 0 0.00 1,172,317 14.46
 
  -- Remainder of Items from ACS 2011 --
Total Population by Gender 2011 731,101 100.00 708,096 100.00 19,465,197 100.00
  Male 340,761 46.61 331,930 46.88 9,438,007 48.49
  Female 390,340 53.39 376,166 53.12 10,027,190 51.51
Total Population by Age 731,101 100.00 708,096 100.00 19,465,197 100.00
  Under 5 years 62,409 8.54 29,147 4.12 1,157,457 5.95
  5 to 9 years 59,433 8.13 22,370 3.16 1,157,267 5.95
  10 to 14 years 56,515 7.73 19,483 2.75 1,192,952 6.13
  15 to 19 years 63,708 8.71 25,681 3.63 1,335,714 6.86
  20 to 24 years 65,966 9.02 57,614 8.14 1,424,103 7.32
  25 to 34 years 108,287 14.81 183,308 25.89 2,708,911 13.92
  35 to 44 years 93,167 12.74 109,230 15.43 2,566,794 13.19
  45 to 54 years 93,047 12.73 83,773 11.83 2,867,178 14.73
  55 to 59 years 36,022 4.93 39,895 5.63 1,279,807 6.57
  60 to 64 years 30,032 4.11 37,014 5.23 1,110,094 5.70
  65 years and over 62,515 8.55 100,581 14.20 2,664,920 13.69
 
Total Population by Race 731,101 100.00 708,096 100.00 19,465,197 100.00
  One Race 706,039 96.57 690,730 97.55 18,938,414 97.29
    White 123,655 16.91 537,015 75.84 12,710,382 65.30
    Black or African American 250,722 34.29 34,384 4.86 3,036,099 15.60
    American Indian and Alaska Native 5,187 0.71 2,248 0.32 67,731 0.35
    Asian 10,383 1.42 81,947 11.57 1,447,760 7.44
    Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 745 0.10 192 0.03 5,562 0.03
    Some Other Race 315,347 43.13 34,944 4.93 1,670,880 8.58
  Two or More Races 25,062 3.43 17,366 2.45 526,783 2.71
Total Population by Origin 731,101 100.00 708,096 100.00 19,465,197 100.00
  Hispanic or Latino (of any race) 483,198 66.09 98,223 13.87 3,496,401 17.96
  Not Hispanic or Latino 247,903 33.91 609,873 86.13 15,968,796 82.04
 
Income (In 2011 Inflation-Adjusted Dollars)
  Median Household Income $23,894... $82,360... $56,951...
 
Housing Occupancy
Total Housing Units 255,487 100.00 425,426 100.00 8,119,804 100.00
  Occupied Housing Units 233,954 91.57 359,499 84.50 7,187,938 88.52
  Vacant Housing Units 21,533 8.43 65,927 15.50 931,866 11.48
 
Housing Tenure
Occupied Housing Units (Households) 233,954 100.00 359,499 100.00 7,187,938 100.00
  Owner-Occupied Housing Units 20,682 8.84 96,174 26.75 3,851,687 53.59
  Renter-Occupied Housing Units 213,272 91.16 263,325 73.25 3,336,251 46.41
 
Educational Attainment
Population 25 Years and Over 423,070 100.00 553,801 100.00 13,197,704 100.00
  Less than 9th Grade 90,365 21.36 21,067 3.80 900,547 6.82
  9th to 12th Grade, No Diploma 77,084 18.22 21,798 3.94 1,073,719 8.14
  High School Graduate (Includes Equivalency) 117,790 27.84 56,673 10.23 3,635,549 27.55
  Some College, No Degree 65,876 15.57 57,655 10.41 2,150,291 16.29
  Associate's Degree 27,616 6.53 16,963 3.06 1,091,931 8.27
  Bachelor's Degree 31,684 7.49 209,214 37.78 2,467,536 18.70
  Graduate or Professional Degree 12,655 2.99 170,431 30.77 1,878,131 14.23
  Percent High School Graduate or Higher... 60.40... 92.30... 84.60
  Percent Bachelor's Degree or Higher... 10.50... 68.60... 32.50
 
Veteran Status
Civilian Population 18 Years and Over 515,755 100.00 625,755 100.00 15,160,932 100.00
  Civilian Veterans 12,474 2.42 21,250 3.40 917,741 6.05

Based on data from Census 2010 SF1 and American Community Survey 2011 1 year estimates
Developed by ProximityOne -- http://proximityone.com/cd113.htm
  Census 2010 Urban/Rural Interactive Table -- http://proximityone.com/cd113_2010_ur.htm
  ACS 2011 Interactive Table -- http://proximityone.com/cd113_demographics.htm

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