Safety in the Neighborhood – Supplemental Data Tables

Children Who Are Said to Feel Safe in Their Neighborhoods, by Location and Safety, 2011–2012
Location Child Feels Safe Weighted Frequency Percent Standard Error
Urban Never 1,443,023 2.5 0.15%
Sometimes 6,712,229 11.5 0.30%
Usually/Always 50,078,035 86.0 0.33%
Large Rural Never 112,993 1.8 0.25%
Sometimes 614,620 9.6 0.79%
Usually/Always 5,705,688 88.7 0.81%
Small Rural Never 113,648 1.8 0.45%
Sometimes 459,742 7.3 0.52%
Usually/Always 5,758,621 90.9 0.67%
Children Who Are Usually or Always Safe in Their Neighborhoods, by Location and Race/Ethnicity, 2011–2012
Location Race/Ethnicity Weighted Frequency Percent Standard Error
Urban Hispanic 11,196,876 77.0 0.95%
Non-Hispanic White 26,765,525 93.3 0.28%
Non-Hispanic Black 6,429,777 76.3 0.91%
Non-Hispanic Multiple or Other Races 5,329,401 86.8 0.89%
Large Rural Hispanic 830,396 76.3 3.58%
Non-Hispanic White 3,905,034 93.1 0.58%
Non-Hispanic Black 488,427 83.2 2.25%
Non-Hispanic Multiple or Other Races 452,388 85.6 2.15%
Small Rural Hispanic 730,566 84.3 2.91%
Non-Hispanic White 4,050,007 93.3 0.67%
Non-Hispanic Black 429,112 83.6 2.60%
Non-Hispanic Multiple or Other Races 497,234 88.6 1.53%
Children Who Are Usually or Always Safe in Their Neighborhoods, by Location and Poverty Level, 2011–2012
Location Poverty Level Weighted Frequency Percent Standard Error
Federal Poverty Level (FPL) is based on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services poverty guidelines. Poverty was $23,050 for a family of 4 in 2012.
Urban 0–99% FPL 9,067,008 72.9 0.91%
100–199% FPL 9,650,213 81.7 0.86%
200–399% FPL 14,539,684 89.5 0.55%
≥400% FPL 16,821,130 94.8 0.32%
Large Rural 0–99% FPL 1,331,871 77.9 2.10%
100–199% FPL 1,556,954 88.7 1.79%
200–399% FPL 1,760,284 93.9 0.79%
≥400% FPL 1,056,579 96.7 0.47%
Small Rural 0–99% FPL 1,384,038 83.6 1.79%
100–199% FPL 1,606,592 90.8 1.13%
200–399% FPL 1,880,506 94.1 0.98%
≥400% FPL 887,486 97.4 0.58%

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