National Neighborhood Data Archive (NaNDA)

National Neighborhood Data Archive

The National Neighborhood Data Archive (NaNDA) is a publicly available data archive containing measures of the physical, economic, demographic, and social environment at multiple levels of spatial scale (eg, census tract, ZIP code tabulation area, county). Each NaNDA dataset covers all or most of the entire nation (including both rural and urban areas) and represents a set of measures on a single topic of interest, including socioeconomic disadvantage, healthcare, housing, partisanship, and public transit, with temporal coverage dating back to 2000.

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Watch our presentation on Neighborhoods as a Social Determinant of Health for ICPSR’s Health and Medical Care Archive‚Äč: Neighborhoods as a Social Determinant of Health: