Los Angeles Index of Neighborhood Change

The Los Angeles Index of Neighborhood Change is a tool that allows users to explore the extent to which Los Angeles Zip Codes have undergone demographic change from 2000 to 2014. Created in 2015/2016, the data comes from 2000, 2005, 2013, and 2014. Please read details about each measure for exact years.Index scores are an aggregate of six demographic measures indicative of gentrification. The measures are standardized and combined using weights that reflect the proportion of each measure that is statistically significant.Measure 1: Percent change in low/high IRS filer ratio. For the purposes of this measure, High Income = >$75K Adjust Gross Income tax filer and Low Income = <$25k filers who also received an earned income tax credit. Years Compared for Measure 1: 2005 and 2013 | Source: IRS Income Tax Return DataMeasure 2: Change in percent of residents 25 years or older with Bachelor's Degrees or HigherMeasure 3: Change in percent of White, non-Hispanic/Latino residentsMeasure 4: Percent change in median household income (2000 income is adjusted to 2014 dollars)Measure 5: % Change in median gross rent (2000 rent is adjusted to 2013/2014 dollars)Measure 6: Percent change in average household size Year Compared for Measures 2-5: 2000 and 2014, Measure 6: 2013Sources: Decennial Census, 2000 | American Community Survey (5-Year Estimate, 2009-2013; 2010; 2014)Date Updated: December 13, 2016Refresh Rate: Never - Historical data

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