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DC 2012 PSA Profile - Well-Being
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Family income (2010 $) 
 
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PSA 203

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Average Low High
Poverty            
Poverty rate (%), 1980 6.5     19 5.6 40
Poverty rate (%), 1990 4.2     17 3.9 63
Poverty rate (%), 2000 5.8     20 4.3 49
Poverty rate (%), 2011-15 8.5  2.3   18 4.8 49
% children in poverty, 1990 0.0     25 0.0 56
% children in poverty, 2000 2.9     32 0.9 62
% children in poverty, 2011-15 4.8  5.3   27 0.6 65
% seniors in poverty, 1990 4.3     17 2.7 65
% seniors in poverty, 2000 5.1     16 1.1 52
% seniors in poverty, 2011-15 4.2  4.3   14 1.9 45
Employment            
Unemployment rate (%), 1980 3.2     6.8 1.7 16
Unemployment rate (%), 1990 1.7     7.2 1.7 25
Unemployment rate (%), 2000 1.5     11 1.5 31
Unemployment rate (%), 2011-15 3.2  1.4   9.6 2.4 33
% pop. 16+ yrs. employed, 1980 64     59 39 75
% pop. 16+ yrs. employed, 1990 71     62 27 80
% pop. 16+ yrs. employed, 2000 72     57 35 79
% pop. 16+ yrs. employed, 2011-15 76  4.1   62 34 84
Education            
% persons without HS diploma, 1980 11     33 6.0 62
% persons without HS diploma, 1990 7.1     27 4.4 51
% persons without HS diploma, 2000 4.9     22 2.1 49
% persons without HS diploma, 2011-15 1.4  1.0   11 1.3 21
Isolation            
% HHs with a phone, 2000 99     97 91 100
% HHs with a phone, 2011-15 98  3.3   97 94 99
% HHs with a car, 2000 74     63 35 90
% HHs with a car, 2011-15 70  4.9   64 38 90
Family income (2010 $)            
Avg. family income, 1979 151,855     77,355 39,005 200,556
Avg. family income, 1989 235,454     93,288 36,458 274,107
Avg. family income, 1999 241,490     102,342 30,632 308,910
Avg. family income, 2011-15 241,953  40,556   124,061 38,539 345,619
% change in avg. family income, 1980 to 1990 55     21 -40 55
% change in avg. family income, 1990 to 2000 2.6     9.7 -25 159
% change in avg. family income, 2000 to 2011-15 0.2  0.2   21 -16 212
Food stamps            
Persons receiving food stamps, 2000 45     1,438 12 4,221
Persons receiving food stamps, 2001 47     1,363 12 3,851
Persons receiving food stamps, 2002 51     1,396 12 3,985
Persons receiving food stamps, 2003 41     1,516 15 4,256
Persons receiving food stamps, 2004 50     1,608 16 4,379
Persons receiving food stamps, 2005 49     1,644 17 4,571
Persons receiving food stamps, 2006 59     1,622 15 4,539
Persons receiving food stamps, 2007 50     1,596 11 4,490
Persons receiving food stamps, 2008 51     1,662 9.0 4,645
Persons receiving food stamps, 2009 64     1,922 9.0 4,996
Persons receiving food stamps, 2010 84     2,183 10 5,903
Persons receiving food stamps, 2011 110     2,453 11 6,587
Persons receiving food stamps, 2012 116     2,582 8.0 6,900
Persons receiving food stamps, 2013 124     2,650 8.0 7,384
Persons receiving food stamps, 2014 133     2,533 8.0 7,080
Persons receiving food stamps, 2015 138     2,521 10 6,897
Persons receiving food stamps, 2016 105     2,336 0.0 6,758
TANF            
Persons receiving TANF, 2000 7.0     832 6.0 2,870
Persons receiving TANF, 2001 13     828 6.0 2,823
Persons receiving TANF, 2002 15     840 0.0 2,758
Persons receiving TANF, 2003 9.0     845 6.0 2,842
Persons receiving TANF, 2004 9.0     874 5.0 2,791
Persons receiving TANF, 2005 7.0     858 0.0 2,771
Persons receiving TANF, 2006 8.0     796 0.0 2,633
Persons receiving TANF, 2007 11     756 0.0 2,497
Persons receiving TANF, 2008 8.0     755 0.0 2,486
Persons receiving TANF, 2009 12     806 0.0 2,616
Persons receiving TANF, 2010 14     830 7.0 2,578
Persons receiving TANF, 2011 16     853 10 2,741
Persons receiving TANF, 2012 13     871 7.0 2,738
Persons receiving TANF, 2013 15     865 6.0 2,810
Persons receiving TANF, 2014 15     841 5.0 2,768
Persons receiving TANF, 2015 9.0     791 0.0 2,599
Persons receiving TANF, 2016 13     746 0.0 2,667
Violent Crimes (per 1,000 pop.)            
Violent crimes, 2000 2.5     15 0.8 3,826
Violent crimes, 2001 3.5     15 1.2 1,096
Violent crimes, 2002 3.0     15 0.8 303
Violent crimes, 2003 1.8     16 0.5 310
Violent crimes, 2004 1.4     14 0.6 202
Violent crimes, 2005 1.7     14 0.5 103
Violent crimes, 2006 1.8     13 0.8 130
Violent crimes, 2007 1.3     14 0.6 92
Violent crimes, 2008 1.3     13 0.4 97
Violent crimes, 2009 1.6     13 0.6 80
Violent crimes, 2010 1.6     12 0.5 75
Violent crimes, 2011 1.2     12 0.4 70
Violent crimes, 2012 1.0     12 0.5 59
Violent crimes, 2013 1.2     11 0.4 55
Violent crimes, 2014 1.0     10 0.3 42
Violent crimes, 2015 0.9     10 0.5 68
Violent crimes, 2016 1.1     9.5 0.6 55
Property Crimes (per 1,000 pop.)            
Property crimes, 2000 32     54 19 28,569
Property crimes, 2001 28     56 17 7,984
Property crimes, 2002 27     54 14 3,701
Property crimes, 2003 31     54 17 2,192
Property crimes, 2004 26     47 11 1,403
Property crimes, 2005 21     43 11 1,000
Property crimes, 2006 19     42 10 857
Property crimes, 2007 20     45 11 873
Property crimes, 2008 24     46 12 876
Property crimes, 2009 24     44 13 815
Property crimes, 2010 20     40 14 608
Property crimes, 2011 21     43 12 610
Property crimes, 2012 18     47 10 681
Property crimes, 2013 20     48 13 667
Property crimes, 2014 20     54 12 848
Property crimes, 2015 21     50 11 788
Property crimes, 2016 17     49 12 844

Notes:
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Prepared by NeighborhoodInfo DC (revised August 16, 2017).
 
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