Here is a fun, informative new toy to play with.  The U.S. Census has blocked the census into bit size bits for us to look at called census tracts.  Thanks to the New York Times.

My map is NOT interactive.  However, the interactive map can be reached by clicking INTERACTIVE MAP and then using whatever zip code or city name you want.  You can find out some really interesting information about racial distribution in an area. 


6 Thoughts to “Mapping America: Every City, Every Block”

  1. HEY!!

    I can see my house from here!

  2. I can see Virginia Ground Zero from my house.

  3. I can see Russia from my house.

  4. Rick Bentley

    I can see Mexico from my house.

  5. Emma

    I can’t think of a clever rejoinder to the above!

  6. I wonder how they counted the ones that insisted on writing “American” under “race – other” when I interviewed them.

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