Indicators

Below are a selection of economic and demographic indicators that have been identified by Buckeye Hills staff and the CEDS committee as important to understanding the regional economy of the area. Information here will be updated as data becomes available. To suggest an indicator or other data set for inclusion, please contact us.

Household Income

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Housing Affordability

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Median Household Income - This measure illustrates the total
average income of all individuals in a household. For more
information see table DP03, 5 Year Estimates in the American
Community Survey. (2015)
Housing Affordability - This indicates what percentage of
households spend 30% of their income or more on housing costs.
For more information see table DP04, 5 Year Estimates in the
American Community Survey. (2015)
Pre K Enrollment

Regional Unemployment

Pre K Enrollment - This describes the percentage of children
ages 3 and 4 enrolled in pre-kindergarten schools. For more
information see table S1401, 5 Year Estimates in the American
Community Survey.
Regional Unemployment - This chart illustrates the regional
unemployment for 2016 as reported by the Ohio LMI website.
Poverty Rate

Educational Attainment

Poverty Rate - This indicates the percentage of people in poverty
over the past 12 months, for those whom poverty status is
determined. For more information see table S1701, 5 Year Estimates
in the American Community Survey.
Educational Attainment - This indicates the percentage of residents
with an Associates Degree or higher. For more information see table
S1501, 5 Year Estimates in the American Community Survey.
Rate of Population Change

Life Expectancy

Rate of Population Change - This table illustrates the percentage
change of population since the 2010 Decennial Census. For more
information see table DP05, 5 Year Estimates, American Community
Survey.
Life Expectancy - This table illustrates the expected life span at birth
of residents in the region. For more information
visit http://www.measureofamerica.org/maps.