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Did you know that the median household income of Minneapolis' neighboring North Loop and Near North neighborhoods differ by about $70,000? Or that almost one-third of people living in Saint Paul's Thomas-Dale (Frogtown) neighborhood were born in another country, compared with only 7 percent right next door in the Como neighborhood? Find the most recent facts about residents, housing, and jobs in your neighborhood.
Young adults remain most likely among Minnesota's age groups to be without health insurance.
The share of American Indian 8th-graders reaching math standards in Minnesota has not kept pace with improvements across other racial/ethnic groups.
All age groups except seniors continue to see median household income much lower than prior to the recession.
Updated September 2014
Blue Cross and Blue Shield
of Minnesota Foundation
Otto Bremer Foundation
Greater Twin Cities United Way
The McKnight Foundation
B.C. Gamble, P.W. Skogmo Fund
of The Minneapolis Foundation
Minnesota Initiative Foundations
The Saint Paul Foundation
Wells Fargo Foundation Minnesota
Amherst H. Wilder Foundation