NEO CANDO

This free public data source is brought to you be the Northeast Ohio Data Collaborative , led by The Center for Community Solutions, Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs of Cleveland State University, and the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences of Case Western Reserve University.

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  • A note on Census 2000 data: because census boundaries change, data has been re-apportioned into Census 2010 boundaries. This will cause some full count numbers to appear with fractional portions in Census 2000 data.
  • A note on American Community Survey (ACS) estimates: a basic understanding of margins of error (MOE) and how they affect the reliability of estimates is highly recommended. The MOE, reported along with an estimate, means that one can be 90 percent confident that the true value is the estimated value, plus or minus the MOE.