Computed from decennial census data, residential housing pattern measures, including dissimilarity, isolation, absolute centralization and spatial proximity indexes, are provided by demographic characteristic and selected geographies.
Racial and Ethnics Residential Segregation in the U.S.: 1980-2000
Data recently released from Census provide an opportunity to examine the extent of changes in racial and ethnic residential segregation in the last 2 decades.
1990 Census of Housing: General Housing Characteristics
Detailed statistics on units in structure, value and rent, number of rooms, tenure, and vacancy characteristics
Beyond Black and White
Whether greater racial and ethnic diversity in the United States is being accompanied by greater integration remains unclear.
Racial and Ethnic Residential Segregation in the U.S.: 1980-2000
We examine trends in five dimensions of segregation for African Americans, Hispanics, Asians and Pacific Islanders, and American Indians and Alaska Natives.
The Effects of Using Newly-Defined Metropolitan Area Boundaries
Differences in index scores for 2000 were very small when calculated for metropolitan areas defined in 2003 and for those calculated using 1999 definitions.