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Social Determinants of Health

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The social, economic, and environmental factors that influence an individual’s health outcomes and well-being

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Albany, NY
Census tract 36001002500 

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The social vulnerability of the census tract 36001002500 is extremely high at 0.98, approximately three times higher than the Albany County score of 0.30 (source: U.S. CDC, 2018 Social Vulnerability Index). 

The percentage of individuals below the poverty level over the past 12 months in census tract 36001002500 is very high at 37.1%. This figure is 14% higher than Albany City's rate of 22.9%, and approximately three times greater than Albany County's 12.1%, as well as surpassing both New York's rate of 13.6% and the U.S. rate of 12.8% (source: 2020 U.S. Census American Community Survey, S1701). 

The percentage of children under 5 years old in census tract 36001002500 is remarkably high at 12.2%, significantly surpassing other scales where the rates are typically around 5% and 6% (source: 2020 U.S. Census American Community Survey, S1701). 

The percentage of adults over 65 years in census tract 36001002500 is low at 6.1%, only half of the rate in Albany City (13.2%), and one-third of the rates in Albany County, New York, and the U.S (source: 2020 U.S. Census American Community Survey, S1701). 

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