The GEOID gives the census tract to which the information is tied. Each census tract is composed of 11 digits.
1-2nd position: First two digits is the State FIPS code: 01 = Alabama
3-5th position: Three digits is the County identifier (the first 5 digits is the County FIPS code)
6-11th position: Six digits identifies the census tract.
Enter a census tract number to see its information.
BY REGION OR DISTRICT
Enter one of the following regions:
OR Enter one of the following districts:
01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12
BY CITY OR COUNTY
Enter the City Name OR
Enter the County Name
BY ZIP CODE
Enter zip code
To show multiple zipcodes enter fewer digits:
36 = would include all zipcodes that begin with “36”
BY SITESCAPE CATEGORY
BY UNREACHED STATUS
Enter one of the following:
Significant: (66% to 70%)
Mainly: (61% to 65%)
BY TOP SITE
Is this location a top mission site?
yes – identified as one of the top locations
no – not identified as one of the top locations
BY COMPOSITE IDENTITATE
The Composite Identitate segmentation is composed of 64 neighborhood cluster segments. Each community type has twelve segments except Aspiring and Country communities which have eight each.
The CMPID is the Composite Identitate cluster code that has 6 digits:
1st position: I = Composite Identitate segmentation
2nd position: Identifies the Community type (A=Aspiring; C=Country; M=Mainstay; P=Upscale; R=Urban; and W=Working)
3rd position: Social Group is indicated by groups A thru L
4-5th position: Two digit number representing the cluster
So IAH04 = Identitate, Aspiring, H Group, 04 Cluster
Some of the terms used above are defined below.
The percentage of the population who do not consider themselves to be an evangelical based on a national survey and correlated with several other datasets. The following categories are included in the unreached definition: religious but not evangelical (which means they attend an institutional version of religion that is not evangelical); spiritual but not evangelical (which means they are interested in spirituality and may be into alternative spiritualities like new age); and those that are not interested in religion or spirituality.
The Top Mission Sites identifies the top unreached locations within the chosen geographical area. To arrive at this designation, a number of data sources have been used and cross-tabulated in order to make this determination. These locations are chosen based on the following factors within the site location:
A Mission Point report for each region provides detailed information about each Mission Site location. Each location is identified by census tract centroid,latitude & longitude, city,county, IICM Sitescape category and group, density and population patterns, number of households, and the number of households and percentage for: active evangelicals, unreached status, religious but not evangelical, spiritual but not evangelical, and not evangelical and not interested in religion or spirituality. A map of each location is also provided. Additional information about community types and diversity and density indexes are included.
A Mission Site Digest report provides a summary of the top community types and lifestyle segments in the mission site location. Click on the report link provided in the Location Selector table.
A full Mission Site report may be accessed through the Resource pages.