Are you considering entering a new geographic market?
Want to expand into another area but aren’t sure of the household income?
This tool may help you with your market research.
Rich Blocks Poor Blocks breaks up the United States by average household income (HHI) — one block at a time. It overlays HHI onto Google maps. Easy click and zoom features make it a quick way to visually research areas.
Info is from the US Census Bureau American Community Survey 2006-2010… Drill down to the actual data at the household income tables from 2007-2011 if you’d like to “get lost” in actual data.
Hat tip to @ChrisCree Chris Cree.
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