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Residential Mobility by Race and Ethnicity

Residential Mobility by Race and Ethnicity reports the number and proportion of people who changed their place of residence in the past 12 months.

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Jenna Daly

The total population surveyed for given Race/Ethnicity and geography.

Residential Mobility by Race and Ethnicity reports the number and proportion of people who changed their place of residence in the past 12 months.

Housing

Other

This dataset provides the estimates of the population over 1 year of age whose place of residence changed within 12 months prior to the survey, disaggregated by race/ethnicity. Proportion data are also provided for each given race/ethnicity subgroup. Beginning in 2000, individuals were presented with the option to select one or more races. In addition, the Census asked individuals to identify their race separately from identifying their Hispanic origin. The Census has published individual tables for the races and ethnicities provided as supplemental information to the main table that does not dissaggregate by race or ethnicity. Race categories include White, Black or African American, American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, Some other race, and Two or more races. We are not including specific combinations of two or more races as the counts of these combinations are small. Ethnic categories include Hispanic or Latino and White Non-Hispanic. Values for total race/ethnicity are also provided. This data originates from the American Community Survey 5-Year estimates, summary table S0701.

Town

2012-2016

Number;Percent

Moved from abroad;Moved from different county, same state;Moved from different state;Moved within same county

Number of individuals of a given Race/Ethnicity whose place of residence changed in the 12 months prior to the survey.

American Indian And Alaska Native;Asian;Black Or African American;Hispanic Or Latino;Native Hawaiian And Other Pacific Islander;Some Other Race;Total;Two Or More Races;White Alone;White Alone, Not Hispanic Or Latino

False

US Census

Residential Mobility

Entries with either no sample observations or too few sample observations available to compute either an estimate or a margin of error have been suppressed.

The percentages of each race/ethnicity sub-group are given with a Margin of Error present in the Census data. Therefore, the derived estimates of each race/ethnicity sub-group also given with a Margin of Error.

Residential Mobility;Margins of Error

2006-2010;2007-2011;2008-2012;2009-2013;2010-2014;2011-2015;2012-2016