Dataset showing census tracts by percent of families and individuals below various poverty thresholds. Data supports both the Metropolitan Council's working definition for areas of concentrated financial poverty and Ramsey County's working definition for areas of concentrated financial poverty.
Poverty rates for residents of Color include the combined numbers of people self-identified as Black/African American, American Indian Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian Pacific Islander, Hispanic (non-White) or Asian.
Dataset showing employment change resulting from new business establishments and from existing firm expansion. Includes both the total for the 7 County Metro and the average of six counties, excluding Ramsey County for comparison.
This dataset displays the percentage of children under five years old living in poverty by the seven-county metro counties in 2016. It also displays the percentage of children living in poverty, by city, in Ramsey County.
This data displays the percentage of children under age 18 living in poverty for the years 2012-2016 by three geographies: Minnesota, Ramsey County and Saint Paul. Among these regions, Saint Paul has the highest percentage of children in poverty at 30.5 percent in 2016, which has decreased from 33.6 percent in 2012. Footnote 6.