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Welcome to the UNC Charlotte Urban Institute's data portal. See below to explore facts about the Charlotte region from among 11 topic areas, compare your county to the metro region and the state, and explore in-depth data from our partner organizations.
EXPLORE DATA BY SELECTING FROM ONE OF ELEVEN TOPICS
Environmental Stewardship is central to a number of CONNECT’s core values, but is particularly important to "a safe and healthy environment" and "sustainable, well-managed growth". The Charlotte region’s air quality is a leading indicator of public health and is directly related to choices about land use and transportation. The number of LEED-certified buildings has emerged as an important measure of sustainable, well-managed growth.
Although existing entrepreneurial companies in Charlotte are seeing substantial revenue and job growth, an in-depth study of the state of entrepreneurship in Charlotte finds the area dramatically lags benchmark cities in inventions, venture capital and research dollars
The UNC Charlotte Urban Institute is working with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Opportunity Task Force to present data shedding light on questions surrounding poverty and economic mobility in our community. This look at poverty facts for Mecklenburg County may surprise you.
Nearly 200 people attended the third annual Charlotte Data Day on Oct. 6 -7. The event featured Richard Fry, a Pew Research Center expert on the Millennial generation, and sessions on demographic data and research.
A researcher who studies the Millennial generation will be a featured speaker at the third annual Charlotte Data Day conference Oct. 6-7. The conference, presented by the UNC Charlotte Urban Institute and the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, is free and open to the public.