Metropolitan Chicago Jewish Population Study (MCJPS) Interactive Mapping Tool
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The data displayed in this tool come from the 2020 Metropolitan Chicago Jewish Population Study .
The region level fact sheets contain data about the U.S. Jewish population from the Jewish Americans in 2020 Report.
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This tool allows community members to create region level views illustrating the results of the 2020 Metropolitan Chicago Jewish Population Study (MCJPS).
The base layer shows results of the MCJPS, choose variables from the “Base Map” column in the left-hand sidebar to change which variable is displayed. Variables can be organized by topic, or by underlying population, (i.e. All households vs Jewish households).
Darker-colored regions indicate higher percentages of population. Lighter-colored regions have lower percentages of population. You can use the List of Regions to link directly to data in a particular region, or click on it on the map and select “View Details” from the popup.
Click buttons under “Overlays” in the left-hand sidebar to add additional contextual data layers to the map. Additional map overlays include: highways, zip code boundaries, and institutions. Double clicking on the overlay button removes the data layer from the map.
For each region, there is a fact sheet containing a table of topline population estimates in that region, and a series of graphs pertaining to the subject in the dropdown menu. Changing the topic from the dropdown menu at the top of the fact sheet will change which graphs appear below the table.