The most recent neighborhood data, based on the 2010 Census, is presented here on one spreadsheet for easy comparison. The data is derived from the 6 question Census 2010 form that was collected from all residents in the nation in April 2010. Only basic demographic data on population by age, ethnicty and race is available from Census 2010.
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Note that the boundaries of census tracts for Census 2010 have changed in some neighborhoods. The reference maps below show the 2010 Census boundaries. (Zoom and scroll to see the details more clearly.)
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Data from the American Community Survey (ACS) from 2005 to 2009 aggregated to approximate neighborhoods. Data on income, poverty, education and employment are presented as an estimate with an associated margin of error.
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Unlike Census 2010 which sought to count every individual, the ACS is a monthly survey that is mailed to about 3 million households in the US over a year. The questions on the survey concern income, housing, employment, education, and ancestry. Like a political opinion poll, it extrapolates to the entire population of an area based on this sample and so each estimate has an associated margin of error. Because of the small number of surveys collected each year, the data for small areas like census tracts is merged over a five year period. For a detailed explanation of the differences between Census 2000 and the American Community Survey and how to compare them to each other and to previous Census results, click here.
A statistical profile of each Hartford Neighborhood, based on the 2000 Census, is presented here on one spreadsheet for easy comparison. Please click here to open. Please use the tabs at the bottom of the spreadsheet to see all of the data.