The Community Data Snapshot contains more than 200 charts that include data on key indicators across our focus areas. Click the icons below to explore.




— Data We’re Tracking —

To measure community well-being across our core focus areas, we collect data from a variety of sources and publish it in our Community Data Snapshot, updating new information as it becomes available. In most cases, the data starts in 2010, with some exceptions due to limited availability. Wherever possible, the data has been disaggregated by age, gender, income, race and ethnicity.


We welcome our grantees and other community partners to download this information to inform their work. Please note that while we do our best to confirm all data is correct, because the data comes from a variety of sources, we cannot guarantee its accuracy.


Questions or concerns? Email us at CommunityDataSnapshot@RMFF.org.


Click the icons below to explore data in our core focus areas.


Only 35.6% of Marion County adults have a bachelor’s degree or higher.

Only 21.7% of Black adults and 18% of Hispanic/Latino adults have a college degree.


Fentanyl was a factor in 86% of drug-induced deaths (overdoses).

In 492 of the 682 fatal overdoses in 2022, more than one substance was involved.


In 2022, 51.7% of Marion County’s renters spent at least 30% of their household income on rent.

27.6% spent at least half of their household income on rent.

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In 2022, 17% of Marion County 12th-graders reported using e-cigarettes (vaping).


Marion County’s voter turnout rate for the 2020 general election was 59%.

This is 6 percentage points higher than 2016.