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DC Neighborhood Cluster Profile - Well-Being
PovertyFood stamps
EmploymentTANF
EducationViolent Crimes (per 1,000 pop.)
IsolationProperty Crimes (per 1,000 pop.)
Family income (2010 $) 
 
Sources and Notes
 
Cluster 13<br /><small>Ward 3 / Spring Valley, Palisades, Wesley Heights, Foxhall Crescent, Foxhall Village, Georgetown Reservoir</small>

  This Neighborhood Cluster   All Neighborhood Clusters in D.C.
Average Low High
Poverty            
Poverty rate (%), 1980 6.3     19 3.2 43
Poverty rate (%), 1990 7.1     17 2.4 42
Poverty rate (%), 2000 7.2     20 3.5 50
Poverty rate (%), 2011-15 11  3.3   18 3.9 52
% children in poverty, 1990 4.2     25 0.0 56
% children in poverty, 2000 2.5     32 0.5 67
% children in poverty, 2011-15 2.0  3.0   27 0.5 68
% seniors in poverty, 1990 2.7     17 2.7 56
% seniors in poverty, 2000 1.0     16 1.0 62
% seniors in poverty, 2011-15 1.9  2.0   14 1.1 34
Employment            
Unemployment rate (%), 1980 3.3     6.8 2.0 16
Unemployment rate (%), 1990 2.3     7.2 1.6 16
Unemployment rate (%), 2000 32     11 1.7 32
Unemployment rate (%), 2011-15 5.9  2.5   9.6 2.5 33
% pop. 16+ yrs. employed, 1980 59     59 42 75
% pop. 16+ yrs. employed, 1990 65     62 43 83
% pop. 16+ yrs. employed, 2000 51     57 36 82
% pop. 16+ yrs. employed, 2011-15 52  2.0   62 32 81
Education            
% persons without HS diploma, 1980 6.8     33 6.2 62
% persons without HS diploma, 1990 4.6     27 4.4 48
% persons without HS diploma, 2000 2.0     22 2.0 44
% persons without HS diploma, 2011-15 2.1  1.3   11 1.0 22
Isolation            
% HHs with a phone, 2000 100     97 92 100
% HHs with a phone, 2011-15 97  3.4   97 95 99
% HHs with a car, 2000 91     63 30 91
% HHs with a car, 2011-15 91  6.0   64 38 97
Family income (2010 $)            
Avg. family income, 1979 199,069     77,355 37,171 199,069
Avg. family income, 1989 275,447     93,288 39,479 275,447
Avg. family income, 1999 311,035     102,342 31,957 311,035
Avg. family income, 2011-15 349,800  47,249   124,061 34,390 349,800
% change in avg. family income, 1980 to 1990 38     21 -9.1 55
% change in avg. family income, 1990 to 2000 13     9.7 -34 38
% change in avg. family income, 2000 to 2011-15 12  0.2   21 -23 217
Food stamps            
Persons receiving food stamps, 2000 21     2,013 21 10,858
Persons receiving food stamps, 2001 19     1,908 19 10,081
Persons receiving food stamps, 2002 16     1,954 16 10,413
Persons receiving food stamps, 2003 21     2,122 21 11,126
Persons receiving food stamps, 2004 24     2,251 24 11,392
Persons receiving food stamps, 2005 26     2,301 26 11,020
Persons receiving food stamps, 2006 17     2,270 17 10,882
Persons receiving food stamps, 2007 16     2,235 16 10,958
Persons receiving food stamps, 2008 17     2,327 17 11,988
Persons receiving food stamps, 2009 23     2,690 23 14,159
Persons receiving food stamps, 2010 25     3,056 25 16,217
Persons receiving food stamps, 2011 52     3,434 52 17,929
Persons receiving food stamps, 2012 91     3,615 59 18,932
Persons receiving food stamps, 2013 94     3,711 72 19,682
Persons receiving food stamps, 2014 89     3,546 77 19,872
Persons receiving food stamps, 2015 95     3,530 81 19,972
Persons receiving food stamps, 2016 0.0     3,270 0.0 19,113
TANF            
Persons receiving TANF, 2000 11     1,164 6.0 7,258
Persons receiving TANF, 2001 6.0     1,159 0.0 6,991
Persons receiving TANF, 2002 6.0     1,177 6.0 7,153
Persons receiving TANF, 2003 s     1,184 5.0 7,364
Persons receiving TANF, 2004 5.0     1,224 0.0 7,267
Persons receiving TANF, 2005 9.0     1,202 6.0 6,831
Persons receiving TANF, 2006 0.0     1,115 0.0 6,125
Persons receiving TANF, 2007 0.0     1,059 0.0 6,080
Persons receiving TANF, 2008 0.0     1,057 0.0 6,543
Persons receiving TANF, 2009 0.0     1,128 0.0 7,030
Persons receiving TANF, 2010 s     1,161 7.0 7,427
Persons receiving TANF, 2011 10     1,194 6.0 7,569
Persons receiving TANF, 2012 17     1,219 5.0 7,613
Persons receiving TANF, 2013 18     1,212 7.0 7,766
Persons receiving TANF, 2014 9.0     1,178 6.0 7,928
Persons receiving TANF, 2015 7.0     1,108 6.0 7,528
Persons receiving TANF, 2016 0.0     1,045 0.0 7,544
Violent Crimes (per 1,000 pop.)            
Violent crimes, 2000 0.9     15 0.9 54
Violent crimes, 2001 1.2     15 1.2 50
Violent crimes, 2002 0.9     15 0.9 41
Violent crimes, 2003 0.5     16 0.5 42
Violent crimes, 2004 0.5     14 0.5 30
Violent crimes, 2005 0.5     14 0.5 36
Violent crimes, 2006 0.8     13 0.7 29
Violent crimes, 2007 0.6     14 0.4 31
Violent crimes, 2008 0.4     13 0.4 30
Violent crimes, 2009 0.5     13 0.4 27
Violent crimes, 2010 0.5     12 0.4 27
Violent crimes, 2011 0.4     12 0.4 25
Violent crimes, 2012 0.5     12 0.5 29
Violent crimes, 2013 0.4     11 0.3 28
Violent crimes, 2014 0.3     10 0.3 36
Violent crimes, 2015 0.5     10 0.3 23
Violent crimes, 2016 0.6     9.5 0.4 23
Property Crimes (per 1,000 pop.)            
Property crimes, 2000 20     54 19 312
Property crimes, 2001 17     56 17 270
Property crimes, 2002 14     54 14 218
Property crimes, 2003 17     54 16 163
Property crimes, 2004 11     47 11 127
Property crimes, 2005 11     43 11 119
Property crimes, 2006 10     42 10 123
Property crimes, 2007 11     45 11 125
Property crimes, 2008 12     46 12 125
Property crimes, 2009 13     44 13 114
Property crimes, 2010 14     40 14 93
Property crimes, 2011 12     43 11 105
Property crimes, 2012 11     47 11 128
Property crimes, 2013 14     48 12 120
Property crimes, 2014 11     54 11 152
Property crimes, 2015 11     50 11 136
Property crimes, 2016 12     49 9.8 165

Notes:
i = Insufficient data; s = Suppressed proprietary or confidential data.
 
Prepared by NeighborhoodInfo DC (revised August 16, 2017).
 
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