Data for King County
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Education indicators include data related to Early Education, 3rd/4th Grade Progress, 9th/10th Grade Progress, On-Time Graduation, Population Differences, and Youth Engagement.
Family & Community indicators include data related to child care affordability, emotional support for parenting, reading, singing and telling stories, child abuse and neglect, voter registration and voter turnout, supportive neighborhoods, and teen marijuana use.
Food indicators include data related to food insecurity/hardship, access to food, and food assistance.
Health indicators include data related to alcohol, disability, health insurance, infant mortality, obesity, physical activity, adolescent birth rate, tobacco, depression among teens, substance use among teens, frequent mental distress (adults), and current marijuana use.
Housing indicators include data related to affordability, owning and renting, foreclosures, and student homelessness.
Income indicators include data related to mean/median income, living wage, poverty and national wealth trends.
Population indicators include data related to population estimates, and demographics.
Safety indicators include data related to carrying weapons at school, homes with guns, and not feeling safe at school.
Transportation indicators include data related to commute mode of transportation and trends by mode of transportation.

Featured Topics

Teen Vaping: In recent years, teen vaping in King County has been on the rise across race/ethnicity groups and regions.

Data Spotlight

King County Health Disparities Dashboard: This new tool provides data on how much specific racial/ethnic health disparities affect communities of color in King County. Use the tool to explore patterns of disparities in our community.


1936 Home Owners’ Loan Corporation map for Seattle, National Archives

1936 Home Owners’ Loan Corporation map for Seattle, National Archives

Naming the Harms:  The 4 kinds of harm – emotional harm, socioeconomic harm, negative expectations, and persistent health disparities – differ in many ways, but are so tightly entwined that they reinforce one another, making it difficult to separate their effects in daily life.


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About communities count

Communities Count is a public-private partnership that provides data to support equity work and monitor the health and well-being of King County communities.

Communities Count emphasizes prevention and a long-term view of change while using data to understand how to build and sustain healthy communities and families.


On Communities Count, find King County Data You can use

Click on our data topics section to see interactive data dashboards with key findings on health, education, food, housing and much more…


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