Economic Data and Trends for 26 Congressional Districts

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June 2006, CEPR

The Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR) examined 26 congressional districts that have competitive races in the 2006 elections, looking at trends in employment, wages, poverty, health insurance and pension coverage, and bankruptcy. We also compared Social Security benefits and beneficiaries, educational attainment, school finance, and Iraq war casualties with state and national totals. Click on the subject name for data tables comparing all districts.

Regional Data Tables

Bankruptcy filings, counties and congressional districts

Child poverty

Corporate taxes

Cost of Iraq war

Education

Employment

Health and pensions

Poverty rates

Social Security

Wages

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