Table 4.

The top 5 measures for each neighborhood definition that were more significant predictors of total PASE score than using the alternate neighborhood definition

MeasureDifference in –log10P value
Better at 0.25-km scaleProportion of population living in households (+)2.24
Proportion of population who are naturalized citizens (−)1.68
Proportion of population living in households with income below half the poverty level (−)1.57
Density of 3-way intersections (+)1.28
Proportion of vacant housing units offered for rent (−)1.27
Better at 1.0-km scaleProportion of households with incomes between 25K and 30K (−)2.77
Proportion of adult residents with a professional degree or more (+)2.56
Proportion of households with incomes between 30K and 35K (−)2.56
Proportion of family households living below the poverty line with a male householder and no children under age 18 (−)2.45
Proportion of total population aged 10 to 14 years2.42
  • NOTE: Plus or minus indicates the direction of association between the neighborhood measure and PASE score.