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This map shows which parts of town have the most people working from home. Specifically, it's the number of people who reported that they worked from home during the week before this census survey was taken.
Using your cursor, you can hover over any census tract – the geographic region defined by U.S. Census – and see the number of people who said they'd worked from home in the box in the upper right hand corner of the map.
Data are from the United States Census Bureau and its 2011 American Community Survey. (Note: Census.gov was "unavailable" at the time this article was published thanks to the federal government shutdown.) These values are an estimate for 2011 taking into account 60 months of collected data.
Would you be more likely to work from home if your neighbor was? Tell us in the comments or in a blog post.