For my current research project, I am working on quantifying the number and percentage of lower-income households in wildfire-prone census tracts in the San Francisco Bay Area. I am considering using the commonly-implemented Area Median Income (AMI) metric to group households into categories. That being said, AMI requires household size for computation, and Table B19001 (household income brackets by race), one of the most used pieces in urban displacement demography research, does not include this. I am curious if there are any workarounds possible or alternative metrics that may prove better.
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