Explore Map of Bronx Population Density by Zip Code – 2010 Census Information
Did you know that the Bronx is one of most densely populated and diverse counties in the nation? Explore the map to learn more about the population of the Bronx by zip code. Click here for Quick Facts from the U.S. Census.
William Bosworth was a faculty member who taught at Hunter College in the Bronx and then at Lehman College from 1960 to 1999. Though retired, Professor Bosworth’s commitment to Lehman and the community has endured. His continues to focus on local demographic issues as Founder and Director of the Bronx Data Center at Lehman College. We invite you to explore Professor Bosworth’s website, Discovering the Bronx, with its maps and demographic analysis.
CUNY and Lehman are home to several Centers and Institutes that build a greater understanding of our own and other cultures. The Center for Human Rights and Peace Studies builds on the unique history of Lehman to advance social justice and human dignity. The CUNY Institute of Mexican Studies at Lehman, fosters research with and about Mexico and Mexicans in the United States. The CUNY Institute for Irish American Studies serves as a clearinghouse for research opportunities in Irish-American studies on all CUNY campuses.
Explore 2010 data on the labor force and estimated unemployment rates in the Bronx. These data are from the American Community Survey (ACS). The ACS is an ongoing statistical survey that samples a random percentage of the population every year. According to the US Census Bureau, the ACS "shows us who we are and how we are changing..." Unemployed persons are those who were not employed at the time of the survey, had actively looked for work during the previous 4-week period, and were available for work. Please note that the points on the map represent the center of the census tract.
Lehman’s state-of-the art library offers a range of online guides providing research sources, strategies, and support to the College community. Created by library faculty, each Guide includes resources - books, journals, databases, and web resources on a particular subject area. Explore our Census and Community Assessment research guides.
View data on 2010 estimates of poverty rates in the Bronx. These data are from the American Community Survey of the U.S. Census. The Census Bureau uses a set of dollar value thresholds that vary by family size and composition to determine who is in poverty. Census tracts are small, relatively permanent statistical subdivisions - there are more than 350 census tracts in the Bronx. Please note that the points on the map represent the center of the census tract.