NYC Board of Elections Data

 Looking for past and upcoming election data for NYC?  Then stay tuned to the Board of Elections in the City of New York websites: NYC Political District Maps (special note:  Political Districts are different from Community Districts!) – http://vote.nyc.ny.us/maps.html Election Results & Statisticcs – http://vote.nyc.ny.us/results.html Election Calendar – http://vote.nyc.ny.us/electioncalendar.html […]

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Database Spotlight: Social Explorer

New to Columbia University Libraries is Social Explorer – a database product that helps to visually analyze and understand the demographics of the United States through the use of interactive maps and data reports. Try it now! Bookmark it at this link: http://www.columbia.edu/cgi-bin/cul/resolve?clio7334603 […]

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2008 Presidential Election Results

11/5/2008, New York Times Results Maps, Victory/Concession Speeches+transcripts, Exit Polls with Demographic Information – For an electoral map with the option to view county results (click on the link for “County Bubbles” on the left), for Obama’s Victory Speech and McCain’s Concession Speech, for Exit Polls with corresponding demographic information, and for the Big Board […]

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My Neighborhood Statistics from NYC.gov

How clean are the streets in your beat neighborhood?  How many water main breaks were reported in FY08?  What is the average response time to all critical crimes in progress in your beat?  How many 311 calls have come in to complain about illegal parking???  Answer these questions and many more with My Neighborhood Statistics, […]

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Visual NYC Data for RW1 Students

The Journalism School along with the Center for New Media Teaching and Learning created an amazing new reporting resource for RW1 students – an electronic map of New York City that allows students to view census data by neighborhood, election district, etc. To use this resource, and for more information on how to use it, […]

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