MI Data Book 2012
The latest Kids Count in Michigan Data Book ranks counties on 13 out of 15 indicators of child well-being. Each county is also ranked on indicators in the areas of economic security, health, family and community and education. The local and state data provide a rich source of information to answer the question: How our are kids doing?
Children are an important resource in any society. For that reason, Kids Count projects at the national and state levels track the status of children on a consistent basis to monitor their well-being.
PDF of complete narrative (Individual county profiles below — click on map or see regional list)
Online Data for Michigan and its counties, cities (townships), and Congressional Districts. Annual and three-year rolling averages for Michigan and its counties for most of the indicators in this book are available in an interactive data base
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