This tool provides users the ability to find specific demographic data1 for the counties and prominent cities and towns they serve including income, age, education level, race, ethnicity, and language. It also allows users to compare that demographic data between counties and prominent cities and towns and against the overall state data. Through this tool, users will also be able to download datasets and create charts to use for grant proposals, websites, social media, and more.
MNN continues to develop this tool to provide members with more detailed information about the areas and populations they serve. Please try out this this tool and provide us with feedback on how user friendly it is, any problems you encountered, and what other information would be useful for your organization.
Users of Commonwealth Stats may also be interested in these region-specific data tools that delve deeper - Boston Indicators, Berkshire Benchmarks, CONNECT Cape Cod, Central Massachusetts Regional Planning Commission, Pioneer Valley Regional Data Portal, Metropolitan Area Planning Council (Boston), and South Coast Urban Indicators Project.
1Data source: the U.S. Census Bureau.
Developed by Harini Suresh, Zoe Anderson, Lior Hirschfeld, Eliza Khokhar, Kaveri Nadhamuni, and MIT Code for Good.
Enter the counties or prominent cities and towns you would like to see compared on the same chart. You can reference the map to the right for details on where specific counties or prominent cities and towns (in red) are located or use this tool to determine what county a specific address or zipcode is in. Start typing to see a drop-down of counties and cities. After submitting, you'll be able to download the data and the chart.
Use the buttons below to save or edit this graph.