Residential Segregation Indicator

Residential Segregation measures the percentage of residents that live in racially segregated census tracts in the City of St. Louis

Latest Measure (2016)

Residential Segregation Score 72 Indicator scores are represented on a scale from 1 to 100.
Residents that live in census tracts more than 90% black or white

28% of St. Louis residents live in highly racially segregated neighborhoods.

Source: American Community Survey 1-year PUMS


  • Score Last Updated: Unknown
  • Next Update: Unknown