Research Publications

Boston by the Numbers

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Boston by the Numbers: Young Adults - 2013

Boston by the Numbers is a series created by the Research Division that highlights the characteristics of Boston's population and economy.This report details Boston’s young adult population (ages 20-34), using the Decennial Census and 2010 American Community Survey data. This report has been revised to use the boundaries for the West End and Downtown that went into effect in 2014. See the revised report using the new boundaries

 

Boston by the Numbers: Young Adults - 2013 (revised)

Boston by the Numbers is a series created by the Research Division that highlights the characteristics of Boston's population and economy.This report details Boston’s young adult population (ages 20-34), using the Decennial Census and 2010 American Community Survey data. This report was revised to use the boundaries for the West End and Downtown that went into effect in 2014. See the original report using the previous boundaries

 

Boston by the Numbers - Housing

Boston by the Numbers is a series created by the Research Division that highlights the characteristics of Boston’s population and economy. This report details the history and current state of Boston’s housing stock.

Boston by the Numbers: Elderly - 2012

Boston by the Numbers is a series created by the Research Division that highlights the characteristics of Boston's population and economy. The data in this report is a combination of Decennial Census and 2006-2010 American Community Survey data. This report has been revised to use the boundaries for the West End and Downtown that went into effect in 2014. See the revised report using the new boundaries

 

Boston by the Numbers: Families - 2012

Boston by the Numbers is a series created by the Research Division that highlights the characteristics of Boston's population and economy.

Boston by the Numbers: Elderly - 2012 (revised)

Boston by the Numbers is a series created by the Research Division that highlights the characteristics of Boston's population and economy. The data in this report is a combination of Decennial Census and 2006-2010 American Community Survey data. This report was revised to use the boundaries for the West End and Downtown that went into effect in 2014. See the original report using the previous boundaries

 

Boston by the Numbers: Children - 2012 (revised)

Boston by the Numbers is a series created by the Research Division that highlights the characteristics of Boston's population and economy. The data in this report is a combination of Decennial Census and 2006-2010 American Community Survey data. This report was revised to use the boundaries for the West End and Downtown that went into effect in 2014. See the original report using the previous boundaries

 

Boston by the Numbers: Foreign Born - 2012

Boston by the Numbers is a series created by the Research Division that highlights the characteristics of Boston's population and economy. The data in this report is a combination of the 2008-2010 and 2006-2010 American Community Survey data. This report has been revised to use the boundaries for the West End and Downtown that went into effect in 2014. See the revised report using the new boundaries

Boston by the Numbers: Children - 2012

Boston by the Numbers is a series created by the Research Division that highlights the characteristics of Boston's population and economy. The data in this report is a combination of Decennial Census and 2006-2010 American Community Survey data. This report has been revised to use the boundaries for the West End and Downtown that went into effect in 2014. See the revised report using the new boundaries
 

Boston by the Numbers: Women - 2012

Boston by the Numbers is a series created by the Research Division that highlights the characteristics of Boston's population and economy. The data in this report is a combination of Decennial Census and 2006-2010 American Community Survey data. This report has been revised to use the boundaries for the West End and Downtown that went into effect in 2014. See the revised report using the new boundaries

 

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