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.

Jun 222020

New Mexico’s 2020 KIDS COUNT profile

Categories: Economic Security Publications, Education Publications, Health Publications, Kids Count Publications, Local Data, Publications|

State data sheet New Mexico ranks 50th in the nation in child well-being for the fourth time since 2013. This state profile shows how our children are faring on the 16 indicators of child well-being used in the national KIDS COUNT rankings. (State-level data on the 16 indicators of child well-being.)

Jun 102020

How the Federal COVID-19 Response Impacts New Mexico: Housing Assistance

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

Fact sheet (seventh in the series) Poverty, the lack of affordable housing, and other aspects of housing insecurity were already problematic in New Mexico before the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic downturn. If these additional challenges push families into crowded housing or homelessness, the risk of contagion will increase. Federal stimulus has helped, but much more is needed. (State-level data on housing challenges and poverty)

May 212020

How the Federal COVID-19 Response Impacts New Mexico: Education

Categories: Education Publications, Local Data, Publications, Racial and Ethnic Equity Publications|

Fact sheet (sixth in the series) New Mexico's schools, colleges, and universities have been under-resourced for more than a decade. While the state did increase funding for the past two years, the pandemic and recession will make it difficult to keep our education budgets whole. Federal funding will help, but more will be needed. (State-level data on K-12 funding levels and child care enrollment)

May 192020

How the Federal COVID-19 Response Impacts New Mexico: Unemployment Insurance

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

Fact sheet (fifth in the series) The safety measures put in place across the nation to slow the spread of COVID-19 have led to massive worker layoffs. This has, in turn, overwhelmed the ability of most states to keep up with unemployment insurance claims. This fact sheet looks at how the stimulus passed by Congress will help New Mexico's laid-off workers. (State-level data on unemployment)

May 112020

How the Federal COVID-19 Response Impacts New Mexico: Small Business Provisions

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

Fact sheet (third in the series) Small businesses are the backbone of New Mexico's economy. While some of the federal aid packages passed by Congress aim to help small businesses survive the COVID-19 pandemic, few New Mexico businesses are likely to benefit. (State-level data on small business demographics)

May 072020

How the Federal COVID-19 Response Impacts New Mexico: Food Assistance

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

Fact sheet (second in the series) With food insecurity already a big problem before the COVID-19 pandemic, the economic slump has only made it worse. Some of the federal aid packages passed by Congress allow states to expand their SNAP programs, which will help. This fact sheet looks at what this means for New Mexico. (State-level data on food insecurity)

May 052020

How the Federal COVID-19 Response Impacts New Mexico: Stimulus Checks

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

Fact sheet (first in the series) Stimulus checks – also called rebates – were in one of the aid packages passed by Congress to help Americans during the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting economic downturn. This fact sheet looks at who gets them, how much they will receive, who is left out, and what is left to be done. (State-level data on factors of economic well-being)

Apr 302020

Essential but Excluded

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

Report Despite the fact that immigrants work, pay taxes, and are a vital part of our economy, many were left out of the relief packages Congress passed to help blunt the coming recession and assist displaced workers and small business owners. Not only is that harmful to many New Mexico children and families, it also will impede our ability to rebuild our economy. (State- and some county-level data on selected demographics, and state-level data on immigrant tax contributions)

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)

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