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Map: ABQ Census Data

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This map shows the differences in age, income, education and race between different parts of the city of Albuquerque.

By clicking on a specific census tract, or by typing in your address, you can zoom in on your neighborhood and see different statistics, such as the median household income and populations of different races. To get back to the full view of the map, click on “Back to Full Map” or click the highlighted census tract.

There are also different views of the map. For example, to see the greater picture of where the greatest percentage of the population is Hispanic, click the “Hispanic Population” button where it says “Switch map views based on.”

Data for this map was collected from the United States Census Bureau’s 2012 five-year estimate American Community Survey.

For a full-window view of this map, click here.

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