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  • Population

    467.3k
    +3.6%
    vs. 2010
  • Median Workforce Age

    37.4
    -5.8%
    vs. 2010
  • Labor Force Participation

    61.1%
    +0.7%
    vs. 2010
  • Real Per Capita Income

    $36.9k
    -2.4%
    vs. 2013
  • Middle Class Households

    65.5%
    +0%
    vs. 2010
  • Free & Reduced-Price Lunch

    54.4%
    -3.5%
    vs. 2014-15
  • Rent-Burdened Households

    50.7%
    +0.6%
    vs. 2010
  • Cost of Child Care

    49.0%
    -7%
    vs. State Average
  • Kindergarten Readiness

    71.7%
    +0.73%
    vs. State average
  • High School Graduation Rate

    77.1%
    +4.3%
    vs. 2014
  • College Graduates

    25.2%
    +0.7%
    vs. 2013
  • Single-Parent Households

    32.4%
    -1.4%
    vs. 2014
  • Overweight & Obesity Rate

    60.2%
    -6.1%
    vs. 2010
  • Voter Turnout

    71.6%
    -0.2%
    vs. 2012
  • Crime Rate

    3,541.2
    -0.7%
    vs. 2014
  • Bed Taxes

    $1.1k
    +10.7%
    vs. July 2015

Pensacola Metro Dashboard

What gets measured gets improved.

Objective benchmarks are vital to gauging progress and identifying areas that need improvement. In cooperation with the University of West Florida Office for Economic Development and Engagement, the Studer Institute has created this dashboard of 16 metrics to provide an at-a-glance look at the area’s growth, educational attainment, economic prospects, safety and civic life. All metrics represent the Pensacola Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA), which includes all of Escambia and Santa Rosa counties.