Local Data2018-06-21T00:23:20-06:00

Local Data

Many of our publications use local data — for the state as well as counties, tribal areas, legislative districts, and school districts. The data will be in a variety of forms — line graphs, pie charts, tables, maps, etc. At the end of each of the descriptions below, we’ve included information about what type of data are contained in that publication (although not which format). Please note that the same data may be found in multiple publications.

Feb 072020

Early Childhood Education Helps All Kids Thrive

Categories: Economic Security Publications, Education Publications, Local Data, Publications, Tax and Budget Publications|

Policy brief All New Mexico children deserve to have the opportunities in their most formative years that will help them to thrive and succeed in life. Unfortunately too many kids in New Mexico lack access to such opportunities either because their hard-working families cannot afford them or programs are simply not available in their communities. (State-level data on child and family poverty, and child care costs)

Jan 292020

Ensuring New Mexico’s Kids Have Enough to Eat

Categories: Economic Security Publications, Health Publications, Local Data, Publications, Tax and Budget Publications|

Fact sheet New Mexico children face major challenges when it comes to having enough food to eat, but there are common-sense policy solutions that we can take to end food insecurity and improve children's health, well-being, and opportunities to reach their full potential. (State-level data on childhood food insecurity)

Jan 152020

2019 New Mexico KIDS COUNT Data Book

Categories: Featured Content, Kids Count Featured, Kids Count Publications, Local Data, Publications, Racial and Ethnic Equity Publications|

Report We're seeing good news and bad news in this annual publication of the latest data on child well-being in New Mexico. While the child poverty rate has improved, for example, New Mexico still ranks near the bottom of the nation on this indicator. Besides data, policy recommendations are included so the state can take action to improve child well-being. (An annual KIDS COUNT report; state-, county-, tribal-, and school district-level data on indicators of child well-being; data by race and ethnicity where available)

Jan 102020

It’s Time to Repeal the Capital Gains Deduction

Categories: Economic Security Publications, Local Data, Publications, Tax and Budget Publications|

Fact sheet New Mexico gives a big, unnecessary tax break to those with capital gains income. This tax break allows people to deduct 40 percent of their capital gains income from their state taxes, meaning this unearned income is taxed at a lower rate than the hard-earned wages of ordinary New Mexicans. (State-level data on share of capital gains income by income level)

Nov 252019

Only Wealthy Immigrants Need Apply: The Chilling Effects of “Public Charge”

Categories: Economic Security Publications, Health Publications, Local Data, Publications, Racial and Ethnic Equity Publications|

Policy brief The Trump Administration is trying to change an immigration rule that would harm families and children -- even those family members and kids who are U.S. citizens. This policy brief, co-released with the Fiscal Policy Institute of New York, takes a look at how changes to "public charge" would harm families and New Mexico's economy. (State-level data on fiscal and economic impacts of federal rule change.)

Oct 292019

The Working Families Tax Credit is a Smart Investment in a Healthier New Mexico

Categories: Economic Security Publications, Education Publications, Health Publications, Local Data, Publications, Racial and Ethnic Equity Publications, Tax and Budget Publications|

Fact Sheet Improving the Working Families Tax Credit would put more money back into the hands of New Mexico’s hard-working families – and the businesses where they will spend it. (State-level data on Working Families Tax Credit recipients.)

Oct 152019

Fairer Taxes Put Us on the Road to a Stronger New Mexico!

Categories: Economic Security Publications, Local Data, Publications, Tax and Budget Publications|

Fact sheet Most New Mexico families with children will see a state income tax cut thanks to legislation enacted in April. The legislation also helps make our state tax system more fair and will provide a reliable stream of revenue for our schools, hospitals, and more. (State-level estimates on number of taxpayers who will see a state income tax cut and the total amount returned.)

Aug 192019

Valuing Families at Work

Categories: Economic Security Publications, Health Publications, Local Data, Publications, Racial and Ethnic Equity Publications|

Report New Mexicans are working hard every day to provide a brighter future for their families and our state. When they or their child gets sick, they should be able to take care of themselves or their family with the assurance that they won’t lose wages or risk their livelihood to do so. (State- and some county-level data on share of workers without sick leave.)

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