Mapping Child Poverty

This map shows levels of child poverty at local level across Bristol.

It has been produced this year by central Government and is based on household income in both working and workless households.  The map is based on 2007 data, which was before the recession, so we know that the level of poverty will have risen.

We are trying to estimate a more up-to-date picture by adding in local data sources.

How do you think the picture might have changed since 2007?  Do you think some neighbourhoods and communities will have experienced more change than others?

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