What are these charts showing?

Since April 23, 2020, the Household Pulse Survey has collected weekly data from US adults regarding the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on themselves and their households. These charts show two-week averages of those data within states and large cities for all respondents and by race and ethnicity. In many cases, the race- and ethnicity-specific data are imprecisely estimated with large margins of error, and we cannot conclude that they differ statistically from the state or city averages. Averages that do not differ statistically from overall averages are displayed in the charts as transparent blue, gray, or green. In a few cases, no data were collected and no race or ethnicity average is shown. The data in this feature can be downloaded from the Urban Institute data catalog, and more information about the data can be found in the technical appendix.

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How is the COVID-19 pandemic affecting in different communities?

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