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May 2017 .. this section is focused on 115th Congressional District geographic, demographic and economic patterns and characteristics. Use tools and data presented in this section to examine/analyze characteristics of one congressional district (CD) or a group of CDs based on state, party or other attribute. 115th Congressional Districts by Incumbent Party Affiliation
The following view and related GIS project/data update when changes are made to the 115th Congressional Districts incumbents (last updated 5/10/17). Party affiliation shown in this view is also available in the related interactive table. Click graphic for larger view. Expand browser window for best quality view.

- View developed using CV XE GIS and related GIS project.
- use the CD115 GIS project on your computer (see details here to create this and other views.

See more about 115th Congressional District mapping and visual analysis using Geographic Information System (GIS) resources.

Examining the 115th Congressional Districts
  • the 115th Congress runs from January 2017 through December 2018.
  • FL, MN, NC, VA have redistricted since the 114th CD vintage;
    .. some 115th CDs have new boundaries compared the 114th CDs.
  • view, rank, compare CDs using the interactive table below.
    .. the table uses ACS 2015 data for 115th CDs and include incumbent attributes.
    .. examine districts by party affiliation.
  • use these more detailed 114th CD interactive tables
    .. data based on 2015 American Community Survey - ACS 2015.
    .. corresponding data for the 115th CDs from ACS 2016 available Sept 2017.
  • use the new GIS project including 114th & 115th CDs described below.
    .. create CD thematic and reference maps;
    .. examine CDs in context of other geography & subject matter.
  • join in Data Analytics Web sessions; CD/SLD analysis

2017 Special Elections
  • KS04 04/11/17
  • MT00 05/25/17
  • CA34 06/06/17
  • GA06 06/20/17
  • SC05 06/20/17

Visual Analysis of Congressional Districts
The following views 1) provide insights into patterns among the 115th CDs and 2) illustrate how 114th to 115th geographic change can be examined. Use CV XE GIS software with the GIS project to create and examine alternative views.

Patterns of Household Income by 115th Congressional District
The following graphic shows the patterns of the median household income by 115th Congressional District based on the American Community Survey 2015 1-year estimates (ACS2015). The legend in the lower left shows data intervals and color/pattern assignment

.. view developed with ProximityOne CV XE GIS and related GIS project.

Charlotte NC-SC Metro Area with 114th/115th Congressional District 12
The following graphic shows North Carolina CD 12 with 114th boundary (blue) and 115th boundary (pale yellow) and Charlotte metro bold brown boundary. Click graphic for larger view with more detail. Expand browser window for best view.

.. view developed using the CVGIS software.

  • View zoom-in to Charlotte city & Mecklenburg County.

115th Congressional District Demographic-Economic Characteristics interactive table
Members of the Congressional District-State Legislative District (CDSLD) Group may use this table to access structured profiles for individual districts. Click here to join .. there is no cost.
Using the table ...
  Click column header to sort; again to sort other direction.
  Click ShowAll button between queries to refresh. Usage notes below table.
  See more detailed CD115 tables. See related interactive tables


Usage Notes
  • Click ShowAll between queries/filters.
  • State button to select by state.
  • Select by Party
    .. click Party button to select by incumbent party affiliation.
  • Select by Committee
    .. not active for all members
    .. click CMTE (Committee) button to select by committee.
    .. example: ED14: Early Childhood, Elementary, and Secondary Education
    .. code values assigned by Clerk of the House
  • Find StCD button; click ShowAll button first
    .. click Find StCD button to search StCD column for text in edit box.
    .. text entered in edit box is case sensitive.
    .. partial names are okay to use.
    .. click with default value to find "TX29" (no quotes)
  • Find Name button; click ShowAll button first
    .. click Find in Name button to search incumbent name for text in edit box.
    .. text entered in edit box is case sensitive.
    .. partial names are okay to use.
    .. click with default value to view all rows with "Smith" (no quotes)
  • Column sets .. click column set buttons to view only selected columns:
    .. Race/Origin columns
    .. Housing columns
    .. Income, housing value, educational attainment
  • Click ShowAll between queries/filters.

Examples ... goto table
View members of the Early Childhood, Elementary, and Secondary Education Subcommittee (ED14)
- click ShowAll button
- click Committee button
- click ED14 in dropdown
... table refreshes with only ED14 member rows
View median household income for these districts:
- click "Income.Value.Educ" button
... table refreshes with only ED14 member rows and only selected columns.
- click $MHI header cell (toggles sort on specific column ascending/descending)
... table refreshes sorted on $MHI for these districts.
District with lowest $MHI: OH11 $90,800, highest $MHI: CA53 $461,600

Full dataset items
The interactive table presented above includes selected items that are part of a larger dataset. The full list of dataset items are shown below. These data have already been integrated into the ready-to-use 115th CD GIS project. There are a larger set of subject matter available.
V001 Sex and Age Total population
V002 Sex and Age Male
V003 Sex and Age Female
V004 Sex and Age Under 5 years
V005 Sex and Age 5 to 9 years
V006 Sex and Age 10 to 14 years
V007 Sex and Age 15 to 19 years
V008 Sex and Age 20 to 24 years
V009 Sex and Age 25 to 34 years
V010 Sex and Age 35 to 44 years
V011 Sex and Age 45 to 54 years
V012 Sex and Age 55 to 59 years
V013 Sex and Age 60 to 64 years
V014 Sex and Age 65 to 74 years
V015 Sex and Age 75 to 84 years
V016 Sex and Age 85 years and over
V017 Sex and Age Median age (years)
V018 Sex and Age 18 years and over
V019 Sex and Age 65 years and over
V020 Race Total population
V021 Race One race
V022 Race White
V023 Race Black or African American
V024 Race American Indian and Alaska Native
V025 Race Asian
V026 Race Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander
V027 Race Some other race
V028 Race Two or more races
V029 Hispanic or Latino and Race Total population
V030 Hispanic or Latino and Race Hispanic or Latino (of any race)
V031 Hispanic or Latino and Race Mexican
V032 Hispanic or Latino and Race Puerto Rican
V033 Hispanic or Latino and Race Cuban
V034 Hispanic or Latino and Race Other Hispanic or Latino
V035 Hispanic or Latino and Race Not Hispanic or Latino
V036 Place of Birth Total population
V037 Place of Birth Native
V038 Place of Birth Born in United States
V039 Place of Birth State of residence
V040 Place of Birth Different state
V041 Place of Birth Born in Puerto Rico, U.S. Island areas, or born abroad to American parent(s)
V042 Place of Birth Foreign born
V043 Ancestry Total population
V044 Ancestry American
V045 Ancestry Arab
V046 Ancestry Czech
V047 Ancestry Danish
V048 Ancestry Dutch
V049 Ancestry English
V050 Ancestry French (except Basque)
V051 Ancestry French Canadian
V052 Ancestry German
V053 Ancestry Greek
V054 Ancestry Hungarian
V055 Ancestry Irish
V056 Ancestry Italian
V057 Ancestry Lithuanian
V058 Ancestry Norwegian
V059 Ancestry Polish
V060 Ancestry Portuguese
V061 Ancestry Russian
V062 Ancestry Scotch-Irish
V063 Ancestry Scottish
V064 Ancestry Slovak
V065 Ancestry Subsaharan African
V066 Ancestry Swedish
V067 Ancestry Swiss
V068 Ancestry Ukrainian
V069 Ancestry Welsh
V070 Ancestry West Indian (excluding Hispanic origin groups)
V071 Veteran Status Civilian population 18 years and over
V072 Veteran Status Civilian veterans
V073 Disability Status of the Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population Total civilian noninstitutionalized population
V074 Disability Status of the Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population With a disability
V075 Disability Status of the Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population Under 18 years
V076 Disability Status of the Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population With a disability
V077 Disability Status of the Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 18 to 64 years
V078 Disability Status of the Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population With a disability
V079 Disability Status of the Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 65 years and over
V080 Disability Status of the Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population With a disability
V081 Residence 1 Year Ago Population 1 year and over
V082 Residence 1 Year Ago Same house
V083 Residence 1 Year Ago Different house in the U.S.
V084 Residence 1 Year Ago Same county
V085 Residence 1 Year Ago Different county
V086 Residence 1 Year Ago Same state
V087 Residence 1 Year Ago Different state
V088 Residence 1 Year Ago Abroad
V089 Employment Status Population 16 years and over
V090 Employment Status In labor force
V091 Employment Status Civilian labor force
V092 Employment Status Employed
V093 Employment Status Unemployed
V094 Employment Status Armed Forces
V095 Employment Status Not in labor force
V096 Employment Status Civilian labor force
V097 Employment Status Unemployment Rate
V098 Commuting to Work Workers 16 years and over
V099 Commuting to Work Car, truck, or van -- drove alone
V100 Commuting to Work Car, truck, or van -- carpooled
V101 Commuting to Work Public transportation (excluding taxicab)
V102 Commuting to Work Walked
V103 Commuting to Work Other means
V104 Commuting to Work Worked at home
V105 Commuting to Work Mean travel time to work (minutes)
V106 Occupation Civilian employed population 16 years and over
V107 Occupation Management, business, science, and arts occupations
V108 Occupation Service occupations
V109 Occupation Sales and office occupations
V110 Occupation Natural resources, construction, and maintenance occupations
V111 Occupation Production, transportation, and material moving occupations
V112 Industry Civilian employed population 16 years and over
V113 Industry Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, and mining
V114 Industry Construction
V115 Industry Manufacturing
V116 Industry Wholesale trade
V117 Industry Retail trade
V118 Industry Transportation and warehousing, and utilities
V119 Industry Information
V120 Industry Finance and insurance, and real estate and rental and leasing
V121 Industry Professional, scientific, and management, and administrative and waste management services
V122 Industry Educational services, and health care and social assistance
V123 Industry Arts, entertainment, and recreation, and accommodation and food services
V124 Industry Other services, except public administration
V125 Industry Public administration
V126 Class of Worker Civilian employed population 16 years and over
V127 Class of Worker Private wage and salary workers
V128 Class of Worker Government workers
V129 Class of Worker Self-employed in own not incorporated business workers
V130 Class of Worker Unpaid family workers
V131 Housing Occupancy Total housing units
V132 Housing Occupancy Occupied housing units
V133 Housing Occupancy Vacant housing units
V134 Housing Occupancy Homeowner vacancy rate
V135 Housing Occupancy Rental vacancy rate
V136 Housing Tenure Occupied housing units
V137 Housing Tenure Owner-occupied
V138 Housing Tenure Renter-occupied
V139 Housing Tenure Average household size of owner-occupied unit
V140 Housing Tenure Average household size of renter-occupied unit
V141 Year Householder Moved into Unit Occupied housing units
V142 Year Householder Moved into Unit Moved in 2015 or later
V143 Year Householder Moved into Unit Moved in 2010 to 2014
V144 Year Householder Moved into Unit Moved in 2000 to 2009
V145 Year Householder Moved into Unit Moved in 1990 to 1999
V146 Year Householder Moved into Unit Moved in 1980 to 1989
V147 Year Householder Moved into Unit Moved in 1979 and earlier
V148 Value Owner-occupied units
V149 Value Less than $50,000
V150 Value $50,000 to $99,999
V151 Value $100,000 to $149,999
V152 Value $150,000 to $199,999
V153 Value $200,000 to $299,999
V154 Value $300,000 to $499,999
V155 Value $500,000 to $999,999
V156 Value $1,000,000 or more
V157 Value Median (dollars)
V158 Mortgage Status Owner-occupied units
V159 Mortgage Status Housing units with a mortgage
V160 Mortgage Status Housing units without a mortgage
V161 Selected Monthly Owner Costs(SMOC) Housing units with a mortgage
V162 Selected Monthly Owner Costs(SMOC) Less than $500
V163 Selected Monthly Owner Costs(SMOC) $500 to $999
V164 Selected Monthly Owner Costs(SMOC) $1,000 to $1,499
V165 Selected Monthly Owner Costs(SMOC) $1,500 to $1,999
V166 Selected Monthly Owner Costs(SMOC) $2,000 to $2,499
V167 Selected Monthly Owner Costs(SMOC) $2,500 to $2,999
V168 Selected Monthly Owner Costs(SMOC) $3,000 or more
V169 Selected Monthly Owner Costs(SMOC) Median (dollars)
V170 Selected Monthly Owner Costs(SMOC) Housing units without a mortgage
V171 Selected Monthly Owner Costs(SMOC) Less than $250
V172 Selected Monthly Owner Costs(SMOC) $250 to $399
V173 Selected Monthly Owner Costs(SMOC) $400 to $599
V174 Selected Monthly Owner Costs(SMOC) $600 to $799
V175 Selected Monthly Owner Costs(SMOC) $800 to $999
V176 Selected Monthly Owner Costs(SMOC) $1,000 or more
V177 Selected Monthly Owner Costs(SMOC) Median (dollars)
V178 Gross Rent Occupied units paying rent
V179 Gross Rent Less than $500
V180 Gross Rent $500 to $999
V181 Gross Rent $1,000 to $1,499
V182 Gross Rent $1,500 to $1,999
V183 Gross Rent $2,000 to $2,499
V184 Gross Rent $2,500 to $2,999
V185 Gross Rent $3,000 or more
V186 Gross Rent Median (dollars)
V187 Gross Rent No rent paid
V188 Income and Benefits (In 2015 inflation-adjusted dollars) Total households
V189 Income and Benefits (In 2015 inflation-adjusted dollars) Less than $10,000
V190 Income and Benefits (In 2015 inflation-adjusted dollars) $10,000 to $14,999
V191 Income and Benefits (In 2015 inflation-adjusted dollars) $15,000 to $24,999
V192 Income and Benefits (In 2015 inflation-adjusted dollars) $25,000 to $34,999
V193 Income and Benefits (In 2015 inflation-adjusted dollars) $35,000 to $49,999
V194 Income and Benefits (In 2015 inflation-adjusted dollars) $50,000 to $74,999
V195 Income and Benefits (In 2015 inflation-adjusted dollars) $75,000 to $99,999
V196 Income and Benefits (In 2015 inflation-adjusted dollars) $100,000 to $149,999
V197 Income and Benefits (In 2015 inflation-adjusted dollars) $150,000 to $199,000
V198 Income and Benefits (In 2015 inflation-adjusted dollars) $200,000 or more
V199 Income and Benefits (In 2015 inflation-adjusted dollars) Median household income (dollars)
V200 Income and Benefits (In 2015 inflation-adjusted dollars) Mean household income (dollars)
V201 Health Insurance Coverage Civilian noninstitutionalized population
V202 Health Insurance Coverage With health insurance coverage
V203 Health Insurance Coverage With private health insurance
V204 Health Insurance Coverage With public coverage
V205 Health Insurance Coverage No health insurance coverage
V206 Health Insurance Coverage Civilian noninstitutionalized population under 18 years
V207 Health Insurance Coverage No health insurance coverage
V208 Percentage of Families and People whose Income in the Past 12 Months is Below the Poverty Level All families
V209 Percentage of Families and People whose Income in the Past 12 Months is Below the Poverty Level With related children of the householder under 18 years
V210 Percentage of Families and People whose Income in the Past 12 Months is Below the Poverty Level With related children of the householder under 5 years only
V211 Percentage of Families and People whose Income in the Past 12 Months is Below the Poverty Level Married couple families
V212 Percentage of Families and People whose Income in the Past 12 Months is Below the Poverty Level With related children of the householder under 18 years
V213 Percentage of Families and People whose Income in the Past 12 Months is Below the Poverty Level With related children of the householder under 5 years only
V214 Percentage of Families and People whose Income in the Past 12 Months is Below the Poverty Level Families with female householder, no husband present
V215 Percentage of Families and People whose Income in the Past 12 Months is Below the Poverty Level With related children of the householder under 18 years
V216 Percentage of Families and People whose Income in the Past 12 Months is Below the Poverty Level With related children of the householder under 5 years only
V217 Percentage of Families and People whose Income in the Past 12 Months is Below the Poverty Level All people
V218 Percentage of Families and People whose Income in the Past 12 Months is Below the Poverty Level Under 18 years
V219 Percentage of Families and People whose Income in the Past 12 Months is Below the Poverty Level Related children of the householder under 18 years
V220 Percentage of Families and People whose Income in the Past 12 Months is Below the Poverty Level Related children of the householder under 5 years
V221 Percentage of Families and People whose Income in the Past 12 Months is Below the Poverty Level Related children of the householder 5 to 17 years
V222 Percentage of Families and People whose Income in the Past 12 Months is Below the Poverty Level 18 years and over
V223 Percentage of Families and People whose Income in the Past 12 Months is Below the Poverty Level 65 years and over
V224 Percentage of Families and People whose Income in the Past 12 Months is Below the Poverty Level People in families
V225 Percentage of Families and People whose Income in the Past 12 Months is Below the Poverty Level Unrelated individuals 15 years and over
V226 School Enrollment Population 3 years and over enrolled in school
V227 School Enrollment Nursery school, preschool
V228 School Enrollment Kindergarten
V229 School Enrollment Elementary school (grades 1-8)
V230 School Enrollment High school (grades 9-12)
V231 School Enrollment College or graduate school
V232 Educational Attainment Population 25 years and over
V233 Educational Attainment Less than 9th grade
V234 Educational Attainment 9th to 12th grade, no diploma
V235 Educational Attainment High school graduate (includes equivalency)
V236 Educational Attainment Some college, no degree
V237 Educational Attainment Associate's degree
V238 Educational Attainment Bachelor's degree
V239 Educational Attainment Graduate or professional degree
V240 Educational Attainment Percent high school graduate or higher
V241 Educational Attainment Percent bachelor's degree or higher


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