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Geographic Data

American Fact Finder
The site provides access to several census and surveys conducted by the Unites States Census Bureau in the Unites States, Puerto Rico and the Island Areas. Use this site to search, view and download data about people, housing, business and industry, governments, etc. in your communities.
County Health Rankings & Roadmaps
This project from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute provides county-level data for a variety of factors related to health and quality of life.
500 Cities
In collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Foundation, the 500 cities project site provides city level estimates related to chronic disease risk factors, health outcomes and clinical preventive service use in the largest 500 cities in the united states. Fourteen NC cities (Asheville, Cary, Charlotte, Concord, Durham, Fayetteville, Gastonia, Greensboro, Greenville, High point, Jacksonville, Raleigh, Wilmington and Winston-Salem) are included in this site.
Interactive County Map
This interactive map created by the North Carolina Institute of Medicine aggregates key health data for North Carolina’s one hundred counties. The map can be filtered to show a statewide comparison for four health topics: uninsured adults, poverty, infant mortality, and heart disease. To see comprehensive health data profiles for each county, select the county from the map or click on the county’s name in the list below. Each county profile includes state, regional, and county-level data on a variety of topics, including demographics, access to care, health status, and determinants of health.
An easy-to-use tool that generates a report full of county-specific obesity rate using several data sources via County Health Rankings and the Kaiser Family Foundation. The site provides adult obesity rate by state, county, race/ethnicity and year; additionally, provide data on access to physical activity and healthy food by county.
NC Healthy Food Access Maps
Healthy food access maps, released in 2017 by North Carolina Alliance for Health, which overlay supermarket locations and sales, household income, and diet-related deaths in North Carolina. To view maps that show efforts to increase healthy food retail in NC, visit
NC OneMap
A searchable database of rich, geographic data specific to NC. The data are developed and managed by state, local and federal agencies, and coordinated by the OneMap program.
Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Obesity: Data, Trends and Maps
This interactive database created by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides information about the health status and behaviors of Americans, state-by-state, via clickable maps, charts and tables. Topics include obesity, breastfeeding, physical activity, and other health behaviors and related environmental and policy data. Users can examine data for adults, teens and children by demographics like sex and race/ethnicity.
Obesity Prevalence Maps and Interactive Databases
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s obesity maps offer state and territory level estimates of the U.S. adult obesity prevalence. The interactive database systems can be used to find state level nutrition, physical activity, and obesity, data, trends and legislation information.
Opportunity Zone Eligibility Tool
This tool created by the Opportunity360 team helps states and others interested in opportunity zone eligibility to determine which census tracts in their state or region are eligible and how eligible tracts relate to other federal programs and designations. Users can filter tracts using the Opportunity360 Outcome Indices to see how people living in these tracts are faring across the five outcome dimensions (housing, education, mobility, economic security and health).
Pedestrian and Bicycle Crashboard
This tool created by the Community and Clinical Connections for Prevention and Health Branch, NC Division of Public Health helps users across North Carolina address pedestrian and bicycle safety issues in their communities. It can be used to explore areas with disproportionately high pedestrian and bicycle crash rates and identify the problem intersections and corridors contributing to the inflated rate. Users can also examine race- and age-based disparities in pedestrian and bicycle crash rates for each county in NC. The tool provides information and resources to help users address pedestrian and/or bicycle safety problem areas.
A user-friendly tool for generating maps from a wide variety of data on demographics, real estate, health, jobs and more in communities across the US. The data come from disparate sources but standardized to allow analysis across indicators and trends overtime.

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