VHHA's research team has created community health legislative dashboards with key statistics corresponding to legislative areas. Statistics provided cover demographic and population data, health indicators, local hospital listings, and more. These dashboards are grouped by Senate District and House District.

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SENATE DISTRICT

Community health legislative dashboards with key statistics corresponding to 40 Virginia Senate districts. Statistics provided cover demographic and population data, health indicators, local hospital listings, and more.
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HOUSE DISTRICT

Community health legislative dashboards with key statistics corresponding to 100 Virginia House districts. Statistics provided cover demographic and population data, health indicators, local hospital listings, and more.

Populate Your Dashboard

To operate the dashboard, simply choose a legislator at the top of the page. Community health statistics corresponding to a legislative area will then automatically populate the dashboard. Hover the cursor over each metric for details about that statistic, such as definitions, source citations, and the applicable time frame for that statistic.

Select Legislator

Print and Share Your Dashboard

  • To print a dashboard, click "Download" at the bottom of the page, and choose a file format for exporting (PDF or Image).
  • To share a dashboard by e-mail, click "Share" and copy the link provided into an e-mail message.
  • To share a dashboard on social media, click "Share" and choose the platform for sharing (Facebook or Twitter).

DISCLAIMER: The term “legislative area” connotes a region encompassing localities overlapping a given legislative district. Because population health data is compiled by locality rather than legislative district, the data in dashboard results for a given legislator reflects whole counties, cities, and towns a legislator may only partially represent.

LAST UPDATED (8/20/2015): The latest update: 1.) Improved overall performance and speed; 2.) Adjusted the methodology used to calculate unemployment rates (to fit best practices); and 3.) Corrected minor bugs.