Residential segregation non-white/white (County Health Rankings)
Racial/ethnic residential segregation refers to the degree to which two or more groups live separately from one another in a geographic area. The index of dissimilarity is a demographic measure of the evenness with which two groups (non-white and white residents) are distributed across the component geographic areas (census tracts, in this case) that make up a larger area (counties, in this case). The index score can be interpreted as the percentage of white or non-white that would have to move to different geographic areas in order to produce a distribution that matches that of the larger area.
Measurement Period: 2011-2015
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Peers included in this indicator:
- Peer counties are those counties similar in population composition and selected demographics.
Of the peer counties, only the ones that have data for the same indicator/time frame have been included.
This county has 24 peer counties
Peer counties (counties and county-like geographic areas) in stratum number 5
were stratified on the basis of the following factors: Frontier Status, Population Size, Poverty
All Peer Counties for Mahoning
St. Clair, IL;
East Baton Rouge, LA;
St. Louis city, MO;