108 datasets found

Groups: Planning + Development

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  • Net Job and Business Growth

    The net job and business growth indicator measures the annual change in both the number of firms and the number of employees between 1977 and 2014. The data is categorized by...
  • Housing Affordability

    The housing affordability measure illustrates the relationship between income and housing costs. A household that spends 30% or more of its collective monthly income to cover...
  • Poverty Rate

    This poverty rate data shows what percentage of the measured population* falls below the poverty line. Poverty is closely related to income: different “poverty thresholds” are...
  • Residential Vacancy Rate

    The residential vacancy rate is the percentage of residential units that are unoccupied, or vacant, in a given year. The U.S. Census Bureau defines occupied housing units as...
  • SNAP Participation Rate

    The SNAP participation rate shows how many households in Champaign County receive SNAP benefits, as a percentage of the total number of households in the county. The SNAP...
  • Gender Wage Gap

    The gender wage gap indicator compares the median earnings between male and female workers in Champaign County. Two worker populations are analyzed: all workers, including...
  • Employment and Unemployment

    The employment and unemployment indicator shows several data points. The first figure is the number of people in the labor force, which includes the number of people who are...
  • Median Income

    The estimated median household income and estimated median family income are two separate measures: every family is a household, but not every household is a family. According...
  • Transit Ridership

    Transit ridership further illustrates transportation behaviors in Champaign County. The transit ridership data shown here includes all rides on C-U MTD buses that operate within...
  • Pupil to Teacher Ratio

    The pupil to teacher ratio data includes figures for both elementary and high schools in Champaign County. This indicator includes the following school districts: Champaign...
  • Educational Attainment

    Overall educational attainment measures the highest level of education attained by a given individual: for example, an individual counted in the percentage of the measured...
  • College and University Enrollment

    University and college enrollment measures the total fall enrollment at the University of Illinois and Parkland College. Spring enrollment figures are not included in this...
  • High School Graduation Rate

    This indicator includes the high school graduation rates by district for the following districts with high schools within Champaign County: Champaign Community Unit School...
  • Historic Preservation

    The historic preservation indicator tracks the number of properties in the City of Champaign, the City of Urbana, the Village of Mahomet, the Village of Rantoul, and Champaign...
  • Voter Participation

    The Voter Participation indicator presents voter turnout in Champaign County as a percentage, calculated using two different methods. In first method, the voter turnout...
  • Library Patronage

    The library patronage indicator measures the percentage of the total resident population served by each public library (the percentage of eligible residents that holds an...
  • Property Crime Rate

    The property crime rate indicator includes both the total number of property crime incidents per year in Champaign County, and the number of property crime incidents per 100,000...
  • Air Quality

    This indicator shows how many days per year were assessed to have air quality that was worse than “moderate” in Champaign County, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection...
  • Low Birth-Weight Rate

    The low birth weight rate measures the percentage of live births with weights below 2500 grams. A low birth weight can affect health outcomes later in life, and is an...
  • Adult Obesity Rate

    The adult obesity rate, or the percentage of the county population that is obese, or has a Body Mass Index (BMI) equal to or greater than 30, is illustrative of a serious health...
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