2011’s best cities for trick-or-treating

Source: Richard Florida, The Atlantic

The 2011 Index is based on the following five metrics: the share of children aged 5 to 14; median household income (figuring the haul will be better in more affluent metros), population density, walkability (measured as the percentage of people who walk or bike to work) and creative spirit (which we measured as the percentage of artists, designers, and other cultural creatives). The data are from the American Community Survey and cover all U.S. metro areas, both their cores and suburbs. The map below by Zara Matheson shows how these U.S. metros stack up.

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