At least once every 10 years, the residents of Los Angeles County are surveyed and an official count is created. This Census data will play an integral part in determining how billions of government dollars might be allocated for the betterment of our local neighborhoods and communities.

Seems simple enough. What this really comes down to is that if we aren't accurately counting our working class, our minorities, our homeless populations, etc., then Los Angeles will lose out on vital funding! Funding, or a lack thereof, that can affect our road quality, public transit systems, neighborhood safety, and much more.

You have access to this data, so what will you do with it?